Purification ranked as the top challenge in protein expression research, according to a survey performed by a new research group that’s part of the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities.

The survey was previewed at ABRF’s annual conference in Tampa and was one of 11 such surveys and research projects undertaken by ABRF and its research groups during the past year that covered both proteomics and non-proteomics topics.

Proteomics- and protein-specific projects included work on standards and quantitative methods and technologies.

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