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  • UniProt release 2020_05
    PCK1 vacillating between gluconeogenesis and lipogenesis | Cross-references to CPTC, BMRB, PCDDB and SASBDB

  • UniProt release 2020_04
    Inflammation: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly | Cross-references to GlyGen and PathwayCommons | New automatic annotation system ARBA (Asso...

  • UniProt release 2020_03
    Mitochondrial call for help | Cross-referencences to IDEAL and BioGRID-ORCS | Changes to ABCD, BioGrid and MycoCLAP cross-references | Un...

  • UniProt release 2020_02
    Genome integrity maintenance by HMCES | Change of annotation topic 'Interaction' | Cross-references to Antibodypedia, MetOSite and PHI-ba...


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