Antibodies

The Human Proteome


 The Power of Proteins

The human genome consists of approximately 20,000 protein-coding genes. If DNA can be equated with the blueprint for a home, then proteins can be thought of as the bricks and mortar, plumbing, and paint–essentially everything that makes up the house. This poster, from the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office, summarizes the multiple ongoing antibody and transcriptomics-based proteome projects and where in the human body this research is focused.

  • Protein Profiling established in a multitude of tissues and cells
  • Systematic exploration of human proteome using  


Learn more about the Human Proteome Project at www.proteinatlas.org.
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