Getting Out the (Proteomics) Vote | GenomeWeb

Not to get all self-referential, but last month our sister publication ProteoMonitor had a story on a call by proteomics scientists to include more proteomics in the National Human Genome Research Institute's Encyclopedia of DNA Elements Consortium, or ENCODE, project.

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