The proteomic data presented in this article provide supporting information to the related research article "Depletion of endogenous miRNA-378-3p increases peak cell density of CHO DP12 cells and is correlated with elevated levels of Ubiquitin Carboxyl-Terminal Hydrolase 14" (Costello et al., in press) . Control and microRNA-378 depleted CHO DP12 cells were profiled using label-free quantitative proteomic profiling. CHO DP12 cells were collected on day 4 and 8 of batch culture, subcellular proteomic enrichment was performed, and subsequent fractions were analyzed by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS). Here we provide the complete proteomic dataset of proteins significantly differentially expressed by greater than 1.25-fold change in abundance between control and miR-378 depleted CHO DP12 cells, and the lists of all identified proteins for each condition.
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