It's Like Wikipedia, But For Protein Geeks | GenomeWeb

Researchers led by Akhilesh Pandey have created a "Human Proteinpedia," according to this report in Nature Biotechnology. There, the authors write that the Human Proteinpedia provides an integrated view of the human proteome where the users provide and edit the content, though the users have to provide experimental evidence. The Human Proteinpedia can be found here.

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