Mitochondrial Proteomics Study

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  • Published date: June 21, 2021
    • United States

Proteomics is the analysis of all protein components expressed in a genome or a cell, tissue, or organ. Among them, the study of subcellular proteomics is particularly important, because it not only reduces the complexity of proteome but also can indicate the location and functional information of proteins, the most important of which is the study of mitochondrial proteomics. .

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