HUPO Says Proteomic Experiments Are Reproducible Despite Lab Test | GenomeWeb

Spurred by an editorial in Nature calling for better standards in proteomics, the Human Proteome Organization prepared a sample test effort to identify common errors affecting the reproducibility of proteomics experiments. Of the 27 labs that participated in the study, just seven properly identified all 20 proteins given to them in a mix and only one lab could identify all 22 tryptic peptides in that sample with a mass of 1,250 Daltons.

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