This Week in Cell

In a Cell paper published online in advance, an international team led by investigators at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory present what it calls interactome capture — "a systematic, unbiased, and comprehensive approach … to define the mRNA interactome of proliferating human HeLa cells." The EMBL-led team used interactome capture to identify 860 proteins that qualify as RNA-binding proteins by biochemical and statistical criteria.

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