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Progress and Promise


Even though many in the proteomics community agree that the computational side of protein research is a few laps behind genomics in terms of data crunching, storage and management are not the big concerns. While the average proteomics lab can produce upwards of 2.5 terabytes of data per month, spitting out results in various file formats, it is the ever-increasing capacity of disk drive technology that makes efficient storage and handling of such data a relative non-issue.

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