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    • #16553
      ParkaDude
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      Dear all,

      so, I go to the UniProt website and I found many complete proteomes, for example the honeybee one:

      http://www.uniprot.org/taxonomy/7460

      I noticed how the number of proteins in the complete proteome set varies greatly, even between similar animals. For example, the Macaca fascicularis (Crab-eating macaque) has 17,397 proteins in its complete proteome set, while the Macaca mulatta has 35,544 in reference proteome set.

      This puzzles me: how so? What’s the difference between reference and complete sets?

    • #111397
      JackBean
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      http://www.uniprot.org/faq/?query=refer … sort=score first two questions 😉

    • #111401
      ParkaDude
      Participant

      Ah! Thanks!
      I should have looked at it before posting.

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