Image Database Maps Subcellular Locations of Proteins: New Dimension to Proteomics Research | GenomeWeb

Working in a field called location proteomics, scientists at Carnegie Mellon are creating a database of digital microscope images that show the subcellular location of fluorescently labeled proteins. The idea behind the database is to allow scientists to determine at high resolution where proteins of interest are located within cells, and for researchers to use sequence-based queries to determine the location of a protein during previous experiments.

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