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C-HPP Updates: March 2021

01 Mar 2021 12:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Chris Overall, C-HPP Chair, Canada

Call for papers for the 9th HPP special issue in the Journal of Proteome Research 2021

We are glad to announce that the 9th HPP Special Issue in the Journal of Proteome Research will be published in December 2021 with a submission deadline for the papers of June 30, 2021. We are looking forward to your submission on C-HPP (uPE1, missing proteins or papers on the dark proteome) or B/D-HPP topics. Please use the version on protein evidence in NextProt, published 28th February, 2021. The 8th Special issue is available @ Journal of Proteome Research website.

New neXtProt release with new features

The neXtProt team is happy to announce the latest release of updated neXtProt 28th February 2021, with an updated list of human proteins credibly identified along with the list peptide evidence for each protein and many more features.

Proteins (PE1 – PE5) 20,379
PE1 Protein Existence at protein level 18,357
PE2 Protein Existence from transcripts 1,265
PE3 Protein Existence from homology 147
PE4 Protein Existence from prediction 9
PE5 Uncertain 601
Proteins (PE1 – PE4) 19,778
PE2 – PE4: Missing Proteins 1,421

Join us! Research teams for Chromosome 21 and 22!

C-HPP Consortium leadership is seeking partners who can join the C-HPP initiative to advance MP50 and CP50 projects by identifying missing proteins and determining function(s) to uPE1 proteins for chromosomes 21 and 22. Motivated PIs are encouraged to contact Chris Overall (Chair of C-HPP, email chris.overall@ubc.ca) or other members of the C-HPP leadership.

Hybrid 23rd C-HPP Workshop in July 1, 2021 in Busan (South-Korea)

In line with predicted travel restrictions and vaccination progress in different countries the form of the 23st C-HPP workshop in Busan, South-Korea, July 1, 2021 will be a limited face-to-face hybrid meeting. There will be one session of 2 hours duration commencing at 15:00 local time on July 1, 2021. The C-HPP PIC will also be scheduled for one hour during this week (TBA).

We look forward to vaccinations and new treatments where science is recognized to play a huge part in relieving human suffering, morbidity, mortality and loss. We also look forward to meeting again in person at international meetings, workshops and conferences safely in the future

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