NIH Extends Subscription to BioBase's Proteome and Transfac Databases | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health has extended its subscription to BioBase’sProteome and its Transfac databases, the company said today.
 
The Proteome databases collect and organize publicly available species-specific sequence information for 20 species. The HumanPSD volume contains information about functions, roles, localization and modifications of human, mouse, and rat proteins and expression patterns across cells, tissues, tumors, and consequences of gene mutations in mice.

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