While large-scale genomics research continues to hog much of the spotlight these days, the field of proteomics might finally be catching up to its more photogenic sibling. With the launch of a Wikipedia-like portal for the massive quantities of proteomic data generated around the world, Johns Hopkins University professor Akhilesh Pandey hopes to build a community of not just proteomic data, but one of proteomic researchers who are willing to freely share their data for the benefit of moving both their and others’ research forward.

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