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Before Nansens journey, the vast, impenetrable arctic regions were exasperating nineteenth-century explorers.
For four centuries no one had been able to come up with a means of conquering them; Greenland, their first stepping-stone, had repelled an armada of scientists who had tried to conquer its glaciers: some lost their lives, none of them left a trace of their mammoth expeditions.
The Excel and R versions of Meta Mass should enhance transparency and reproducibility in subcellular proteomics.
The data can be copied directly into Meta Mass Excel together with the corresponding clustering result in supplementary Table 8 to reconstruct the analysis shown in Fig. Supplementary Tables 14: Data table output from Meta Mass R when the tool was used with the same markers and data used to generate the results in Fig. see Meta Mass user manual p22 (supplementary Protocol).
Fridtjof Nansen was a Norwegian explorer, oceanographer, statesman, humanitarian and most importantly a Nobel Laureate.
We report a tool for the analysis of subcellular proteomics data, called Meta Mass, based on the use of standardized lists of subcellular markers. Trimmer for helpful discussions and critical reading. Just at the age of 15, in the year 1882, Fridtjof Nansen took a five-month-long Voyage to study the Artic’s Zoology.He carried out many such voyages and published a few research papers which are considered as classics and referred by many academicians. by RTIwala Team is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 International License. He was a complete unknown at the time and, though we now think of him as brilliant, people thought him a nutcase.But what really sets this beautiful book apart, is the crisp lyrical language in which he describes what the arctic area looked like.
His success made him a living legend at the age of twenty eight and his methods changed Arctic exploration forever, opening the way to the conquests by his later acolytes Shackleton, Scott and Amundsen.