An 'Omics Army

The US Army is hopping on the 'omics bandwagon.

Last month, the Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center and the Army Medical Research Institute opened a new Proteomics Core Facility, which will serve as a resource for both institutions offering expanded proteomic and genomic capabilities.

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