Turku Team Wins €1.5M to Develop Informatics Tools for Longitudinal Proteomics | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers at Finland's Turku Centre for Biotechnology have received a five-year, €1.5 million ($1.7 million) grant from the European Research Council to fund development of bioinformatics tools for longitudinal proteomics.

Using the award the researchers plan to improve upon existing tools for analysis of longitudinal proteomics data, studying the issue in the context of type I diabetes, Laura Elo, research director in bioinformatics at the TCB and leader of the project, told GenomeWeb.

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