HUPO Meets at NIH to Draw Up Details on Plasma, Antibody Projects | GenomeWeb

After a year of extolling the value of large-scale public-private efforts in proteomics, HUPO last week appeared to hone in on the details of its preliminary initiatives. At an April 29 meeting on the NIH campus attended by about 200 scientists from industry and academia, HUPO solicited feedback on its proposals to study the plasma proteome and develop a bank of antibodies for research use, among other projects [see p. 6].

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