ABRF 2004 Quality Control Study Launched To See if Facilities Can Distinguish Proteins | GenomeWeb

For those proteomics researchers who like to outsource their protein analysis dirty work to core service facilities, the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities’ 2004 quality control study, launched last week, could provide important insights. The third annual study, which is intended to evaluate facilities’ abilities to distinguish between the identities of closely related proteins, follows on the heels of a similar study last year that found most facilities lacking.

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