Montana Prof. Goes on Proteomics Tour; Gene Myers Joins 454 SAB; Confirmant Lauches SAB; and Others | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 12 - Edward Dratz , a chemistry professor at Montana State University , will journey eastward on a proteomics-themed sabbatical, traveling to the Medical College of Wisconsin , the University of Wisconsin  and to the Mayo Clinic , to work with mass spectrometers, the Montana State University News service said today in a report on the school's sabbatical approvals.

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