CPTAC Symposium Highlights Project's Progress, Trends in Tumor Proteomics Analysis, Techniques | GenomeWeb

A little more than two years after its launch, the second phase of the Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium held its first annual scientific symposium this week at the National Institutes of Health's headquarters in Bethesda, Md.

Participating researchers presented on various portions of the project, including initial findings from proteomic studies of cancer samples originally characterized by the National Cancer Institute-funded Cancer Genome Atlas.

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