Researchers Launch Human Proteome Organization, Aim to Spark Global Efforts | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb 9 - A group of academic and commercial proteomics researchers announced Friday the official launch of the Human Proteome Organization, which aims to coordinate efforts to better understand the proteome.

“The object of HUPO is to try and get the human proteome project off the ground as soon as possible,” said Adrian Shaw, a spokesman for the organization. “It is also there to raise awareness of proteomics, not just among scientists, but in government and financial circles.”

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