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Despite direct or indirect efforts of the proteomic community, the fraction of blind spots on the protein map is still significant. Almost 11% of human genes encode missing proteins; the existence of which proteins is still in doubt. Apparently, proteomics has reached a stage when more attention and curiosity need to be exerted in the identification of every novel protein in order to expand the unusual types of biomaterials and/or conditions. It seems that we have exhausted the currentdoi:10.3390/proteomes8020012 pmid:32456206 fatcat:guxppgplsfgmrnoudpwsewmrdq