International Research Team Develops Mitochondrial Map of 1,100 Proteins | GenomeWeb
An international team of researchers has identified nearly 1,100 proteins in mitochondria, resulting in what they said is the most “comprehensive and accurate” map of the mitochondrial proteome ever developed.
 
The protein library provides a foundation for the systematic investigations of mitochondria and mitochondrial dysfunctions, which have been associated with a “broad spectrum” of human diseases, the researchers write in an article describing their findings.
 

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