Standardization Groups Launch Initiative to Harmonize 'Minimum Information' Checklists | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A collection of molecular biology standardization groups has launched a new initiative to coordinate a growing number of so-called “minimum information” checklists that have emerged to help researchers share data from genomics, proteomics, and other high-throughput biological experiments.
 

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