Proteomics Puts its Stamp on Pittcon; Analytical Chemists Say, Huh? | GenomeWeb

NEW ORLEANS, March 22 - In spite of the fact that most of the analytical chemists who hiked up and down the aisles of Pittcon 2002 here this week would be hard pressed to tell you what a proteome is, it is fair to say that proteomics made its mark on the massive scientific instrumentation convention that closes here on Friday.

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