Proteomics (by the Seat of Your Pants) | GenomeWeb

With funding agencies’ budgets all but frozen, it’s tougher than ever to track down lab-sustaining grants. What’s a poor scientist to do? Set up a lab at home, of course. Here, GT builds a proteomics lab on a budget, using common household items. Hey, it’s not perfect — but you need some way to generate that preliminary data. Warning: not for the faint of heart.

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