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What is proteome database? And what are its application..?

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Can you suggest name of some good website where i can get information about proteome database,, Thanx in advance
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Default Re: What is proteome database? And what are its application..?

Hi there, it really depends on what species are you looking for. For instance, if you want to look at mammalian species, both NCBI and Swiss-Prot are good sources. On the other hands, if you are looking for C.elegans, you have to dig into Wormbase... etc etc...
These proteome databases compile all the protein sequences known in a certain species, which is widely used by proteomic community as an template to analyze their acquired spectra...
Hope this helps.
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