UNC s New Proteomics Software Allows for Searching of Incompletely Annotated Genomes | GenomeWeb

New proteomics software is in the works at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that may soon enable researchers to search their data against a variety of raw genome sequences that have not been annotated, and to determine possible post-translational modifications from top-down proteomics experiments.

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