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The missing protein landscape of human chromosomes 2 and 14: progress and current status

Published inJournal of proteome research, vol. 15, no. 11, p. 3971-3978
Publication date2016

Within the C-HPP, the French and Swiss teams are responsible for the annotation of proteins from chromosomes 14 and 2, respectively. neXtProt currently reports 1231 entries on chromosome 2 and 624 entries on chromosome 14; of these, 134 and 93 entries are still not experimentally validated and are thus considered as "missing proteins" (PE2-4), respectively. Among these entries, some may never be validated by conventional MS/MS approaches because of incompatible biochemical features. Others have already been validated, but are still awaiting annotation. Based on information retrieved from the literature and from three of the main C-HPP resources (Human Protein Atlas, Peptide Atlas and neXtProt), a subset of 40 theoretically detectable missing proteins (15 on chromosome 14 and 25 on chromosome 2) was defined for upcoming targeted studies in sperm samples. This list is proposed as a roadmap for the French and Swiss teams in the near future.

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DUEK, Paula et al. The missing protein landscape of human chromosomes 2 and 14: progress and current status. In: Journal of proteome research, 2016, vol. 15, n° 11, p. 3971–3978. doi: 10.1021/acs.jproteome.6b00443
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