Dataset

The Proteome Browser (TPB) - Protein Evidence dataset human chromosome 4 - NextProt, GPM, HPA, BarCode

Monash University
Monash e-Research Centre (Managed by)
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This dataset contains all currently published protein existence (evidence) for human chromosome 4 sourced through NextProt, GPM, HPA, BarCode of the Proteome Browser (TPB). The dataset is displayed as a colour-coded "traffic light" report, which signifies the quality of the underlying data for each gene and data type, where the X axis relates to chromosome ordered genes (i.e. proteins), and the Y axis to a hierarchy of Protein Existence data types.

TPB, the tool used to compile this dataset is an open-source interactive web browser, used as a portal for integrating and analysing data; drawing the data from numerous sources with the aim of mapping to and characterising the human genome.

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