UPDATE: Proteome Systems to Collaborate With Cancer Researcher at University of Missouri-Columbia | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 21 - Proteome Systems and researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have agreed to jointly identify and study the proteins involved in resistance to cancer drugs using the company's proteomics platform, the company said Thursday.

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