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A comparison of the proteomes in human liver and skeletal muscle cells
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Because all cells of the human body carry the same genome, the percentages of proteins that are encoded in the genome are the same in each cell type. However, the relative amounts of proteins that are actually made in different cell types can be vastly different, as is the case between liver and skeletal muscle cells.
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3 years ago
Really good representation of the different types of cells.
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