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The Proteomics Protocols Handbook
A variety of protein sequence databases exist, ranging from simple sequence repositories, which store data with little or no manual intervention in the creation of the records, to expertly curated universal databases that cover all species and in which the original sequence data are enhanced by the manual addition of further information in each sequence record. As the focus of researchers moves from the genome to the proteins encoded by it, these databases will play an even more important roledoi:10.1385/1-59259-890-0:609 fatcat:6s6rbabhovgybeeay7hui35joi