[Histonet] most abundent proteins in whole body (or particular tissue types)
I've exhausted myself looking for some information that seems like it
would be pretty easy to find -- a list or ranking of the most abundant
proteins in the whole body of a mammal (ideally the cow). One can think
of some of the proteins that should be on the list - the various types
of collagen, osteocalcin, keratin, elastin, actin, myosin, serum
albumin, titin, hemoglobin. But I've been unable to find even a rough
I've found some information on the most abundant proteins in particular
tissues (skeletal muscle and bone), but even this is hard to come by.
If have this type of information (whole body or particular tissue),
please help me out!
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