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By Anil Ananthaswamy SEQUENCING genomes may be all the rage, but the real prize is the proteome, all the proteins in a particular plant or animal. It’s the proteins that do all the vital work in any organism. Now European and Canadian researchers have developed a computer program that will let researchers get their hands on the proteome even if the organism’s genome hasn’t been sequenced. “It’s a really insightful piece of work. It opens up proteomics to any organism that people want to study,” says Timothy Veenstra, a proteomics researcher at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland,
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