A team led by researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and University College London has completed a global proteomic and transcriptomic analysis measuring levels of proteins and RNAs in fission yeast cells in both quiescent and proliferating states.

The study, which was published in Cell, is one of the most comprehensive of its kind performed to date and raises a number of interesting questions regarding the mechanisms of cell function, Ruedi Aebersold, an ETH Zurich researcher and study leader, says.

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