Applying Lessons from Human Genome, Collins Tells Proteomics Researchers to Work Together | GenomeWeb

LEESBURG, Va., Oct. 8 – If there is to be a Human Proteome Project, Francis Collins told a group of proteomics researchers Monday, it will most likely occur in “bits and pieces,” with academic and industry researchers working together to complete specific goal-oriented projects.

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