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This story has been updated to clarify the organizational structure of the Human Cell Atlas project. 

NEW YORK – Gathering last week in Adelaide, Australia for the annual meeting of the Human Proteome Organization, the proteomics community continued its years-long push towards increased clinical relevance and integration with other omics disciplines.

GenomeWeb did not attend the meeting but spoke with a number of scientists about their impressions of the proceedings.

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