This Week in Nature

In early online publication in Nature this week, work led by Ruedi Aebersold's lab developed a method that the scientists hope will become a "cornerstone of quantitative biology and systems biology." Their mass spec-based method allowed them to count the average number of protein copies per cell in a population for 83 percent of the proteins in the proteome of Leptospira interrogans, a spirochete responsible for leptospirosis.

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