Defining the consequences of genetic variation on a proteome-wide scale

Combining two emerging large-scale technologies for the first time—multiplexed mass spectrometry and a mouse population with a high level of natural genetic diversity —researchers at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) can crack an outstanding question in biology and medicine: how genetic variants affect protein levels.

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Defining the consequences of genetic variation on a proteome-wide scale


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