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What are complete proteome sets?

What are reference proteome sets?

How to retrieve sets of protein sequences?

What is HAMAP?
HAMAP is a system, based on manual protein annotation, that identifies and semi-automatically annotates proteins... More

Complete proteomes
and reference proteomes

A complete proteome consists of the set of proteins thought to be expressed by an organism whose genome has been completely sequenced.

A reference proteome is the complete proteome of a representative, well-studied model organism or an organism of interest for biomedical research.

These organisms can be searched via the taxonomy pages, which provide links to download complete and reference proteome sets when available, as well as links to the HAMAP web site.

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