Journal: Molecular Systems Biology, Mar 13
Title Large-scale mapping of human protein-protein interactions by mass spectrometry
Authors: RM Ewing; P Chu; F Elisma; H Li; P Taylor; S Climie; L McBroom-Cerajewski; MD Robinson; L O’Connor; M Li; R Taylor; M Dharsee; Y Ho; A Heilbut; L Moore; S Zhang; O Ornatsky; YV Bukhman; M Ethier; Y Sheng; J Vasilescu; M Abu-Farha; JP Lambert; HS Duewel; II Stewart; B Kuehl; K Hogue; K Colwill; K Gladwish; R Kinach; SL Adams; MF Moran; GB Morin; T Topaloglou; D Figeys

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