Article feature: A global data-driven census of Salmonella small proteins and their potential functions in bacterial virulence


Small proteins are largely obscure. This work by Elisa Venturini and collegues provides a list of new  small proteins identified with different approaches, and datasets that will help in finding new regulators of virulence in the pathogen Salmonella.

This study discovers and evaluates candidate small proteins using new and existing Ribo-seq, dual RNA-seq and TraDIS data, illustrating how data reuse and integration can accelerate determination of gene function.

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