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How to analyse whole proteins in genome???
Hi to everyone,
I'll be so glad if someone can explain me; how can we analyse whole proteins in genome? I confused much! If I use transcriptom so I can't isolate post translational modifications. It's difficult to take proteins from blood,liver, brain,amnion seperately. I think I must work with an array???
I can't unable to work out!
Thank you for your helps...
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