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NEW YORK – A team led by researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry has generated proteomes covering 100 organisms from a wide range of taxonomies, allowing for large-scale cross comparisons of species at the protein level.

Detailed in a paper published on Wednesday in Nature, the effort is one of the largest to date and aims to mirror similar work in genomics where, the authors noted, researchers have managed studies comparing the genomes of large numbers of diverse organisms.

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