Quest for Missing Proteins: Update 2015 on Chromosome-Centric Human Proteome Project.

Horvatovich P, Lundberg EK, Chen YJ, Sung TY, He F, Nice EC, Goode RJ, Yu S, Ranganathan S, Baker MS, Domont GB, Velasquez E, Li D, Liu S, Wang Q, He QY, Menon R, Guan Y, Corrales FJ, Segura V, Casal JI, Pascual-Montano A, Albar JP, Fuentes M, Gonzalez-Gonzalez M, Diez P, Ibarrola N, Degano RM, Mohammed Y, Borchers CH, Urbani A, Soggiu A, Yamamoto T, Salekdeh GH, Archakov A, Ponomarenko E, Lisitsa A, Lichti CF, Mostovenko E, Kroes RA, Rezeli M, Végvári Á, Fehniger TE, Bischoff R, Vizcaíno JA, Deutsch EW, Lane L, Nilsson CL, Marko-Varga G, Omenn GS, Jeong SK, Lim JS, Paik YK, Hancock WS

J. Proteome Res. 14 (9) 3415-3431 [2015-09-04; online 2015-06-16]

This paper summarizes the recent activities of the Chromosome-Centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP) consortium, which develops new technologies to identify yet-to-be annotated proteins (termed "missing proteins") in biological samples that lack sufficient experimental evidence at the protein level for confident protein identification. The C-HPP also aims to identify new protein forms that may be caused by genetic variability, post-translational modifications, and alternative splicing. Proteogenomic data integration forms the basis of the C-HPP's activities; therefore, we have summarized some of the key approaches and their roles in the project. We present new analytical technologies that improve the chemical space and lower detection limits coupled to bioinformatics tools and some publicly available resources that can be used to improve data analysis or support the development of analytical assays. Most of this paper's content has been compiled from posters, slides, and discussions presented in the series of C-HPP workshops held during 2014. All data (posters, presentations) used are available at the C-HPP Wiki ( and in the Supporting Information.

Spatial Proteomics

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PubMed 26076068

DOI 10.1021/pr5013009

Crossref 10.1021/pr5013009