–Sir Frederick G. Hopkins, 1931.1
The biological revolution unleashed by the sequencing of the human genome continues unabated into 2004. With multitudinous comparative genomics, haplotype mapping, transcriptomics, and systems biology projects in full flood, the trickiest challenge remains proteomics. Since proteins form the basis of most biological structures and mechanisms, proteomics is of special interest.
Not that spectacular advances have been lacking; one marvel to emerge in the last few years is the protein interaction map. A recently published map2 for