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Subcellular Map of the Human Proteome Reveals “Highly Complex Architecture” | Evolution News

August 2, 2017

New research is using antibodies to map out the spatio-temporal locations of 12,003 different proteins in human cells. The results are another example of how, as Bruce Alberts put it in 1998, “We have always underestimated cells.”Alberts explained how cells were once naïvely viewed as something of a haphazard affair, where molecules “were thought to diffuse freely, randomly colliding.” The new research reveals the “the highly complex architecture of the human cell” and adds more detail to the fact that the workings of the cell are far from random:..”

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