HUPO Initiative Seeks Projects to Bridge Gap Between Proteomics, Stem Cell Research | GenomeWeb
SEOUL – The real work begins now.
 
In June the Human Proteome Organization and the International Society for Stem Cell Research officially kicked off a joint initiative to explore the use of proteomic methods for the evaluation of stem cells in drug development efforts.
 
At HUPO’s annual conference here this week, officials made it clear that the eight-man committee formed to carry out the task has a lot of work ahead of it.
 

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