For a significant portion of his 35 years Akhilesh Pandey has been plagued by the question, “Just how many human proteins are there anyway?” The India-born biochemist, who studied under Harvey Lodish at MIT and Matthias Mann at the University of Southern Denmark, laments the way, for instance, that mass spec experiments generate 25 separate data entries for one protein.

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