Coming of age for proteogenomics: 10% less human protein coding genes based on mass spec proteomics data?

Guessing the number of real protein-coding genes is an ‘ancient’ bioinformatics game and now a new argument & newish research field has been applied to this problem. Proteogenomics can refer to different type of studies but the basic idea is that mass spectrometry peptide/protein evidences are used to improve genome annotations. Now a joint Spanish –… Continue reading Coming of age for proteogenomics: 10% less human protein coding genes based on mass spec proteomics data?