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The Human Protein Atlas: contains 80% of human protein coding genes - drugdiscovery.com
The Human Protein Atlas: contains 80% of human protein coding genes - drugdiscovery.com


The Human Protein Atlas is now considered to be a milestone, as it contains more than 80% of RNA and human gene coding datas. SciLifeLab has divided it into 4 sub-atlases, which enables anybody to use it quickly.
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Tags: RNA, DNA, Human protein coing, gene Human Protein Atlas - January 7, 2014
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