EMBL
GFP-cDNA

Homepage of the GFP-cDNA Localisation Project
EMBL-Heidelberg (Pepperkok Team) & DKFZ-Heidelberg (Wiemann Group)

These webpages present our ongoing project of localising novel GFP-tagged human cDNA products to subcellular compartments of the eukaryotic cell. This information provides an entry point for many other downstream functional assays that are designed and implemented for the subsets of new proteins localising to defined subcellular organelles.

Images of all localised proteins and their bioinformatic analysis can be viewed via the ‘Results Table’ or ‘Results Images’ buttons. In addition, use the search window below to find proteins containing features or motifs of particular interest to you that have been localised in this project.

Current localisation total : 1057 human ORFs

last update

13 Sep, 2005

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Homepage of the GFP-cDNA Localization Project. These webpages present our ongoing project of localizing novel GFP-tagged human cDNA products to subcellular compartments of the eukaryotic cell. This information provides an entry point for many other downstream functional assays that are designed and implemented for the subsets of new proteins localizing to defined subcellular organelles.