HUPO 2013 Sees New Instrument Launches, Efforts to Envision Proteomics Tools of the Future | GenomeWeb

Proteomics instrumentation, both newly launched and merely proposed, grabbed a share of the spotlight at the Human Proteome Organization's 12th annual meeting this week in Yokohama, Japan.

In addition to updates from the organization's many initiatives, the conference saw new mass spec releases from vendors including Bruker and Thermo Fisher Scientific, as well as the beginning of formalized efforts to envision what the proteomics instrumentation of the future might look like.

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