The Human Protein Atlas

 

Explore millions of high-resolution images showing the spatial distribution of proteins in 44 different normal human tissues and 20 different cancer types, as well as 46 different human cell lines.

http://www.proteinatlas.org/

The Human Protein Atlas project was initiated in 2003 by funding from the The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. Primarily based in Sweden, the HPA-project involves the joint efforts of the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Uppsala University, Uppsala Akademiska University Hospital and more recently also the Science for Life Laboratory based in both Uppsala and Stockholm. International nodes of the project are based in Mumbai, India and other formal collaborations are with groups in South Korea, Japan, China, Germany, France, Switzerland, USA, Canada, Denmark, Finland, The Netherlands, Spain and Italy.

For more information, please visit their website: http://www.proteinatlas.org/

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The proteins we can‘t live without

 

In this interactive module, explore the nine different types of protein that keep us, and other organisms, alive and healthy.

http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/molecules/proteintypes/

For more resources from the Genetic Science Learning Centre (University of Utah Health Sciences), please visit their website: http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/

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Proteomics – How it’s applied to the study of the oceans

 

This interactive module from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution shows how proteomics is applied to the study of the ocean:

http://www.whoi.edu/page.do?pid=80756&cid=112364&cl=74054&tid=5142

Proteomics_ocean_graphic

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Proteomics

 

For a list of all Proteomic resources, please go to:

https://lifescienceinteractive.com/category/proteomics/