NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Invitrogen will help the Human Proteome Organization devise proteomic education initiatives, develop product advancements, and standardize research protocols, the groups said yesterday.
 
Terms of the deal call for Invitrogen and HUPO to work with proteomic laboratories to foster industry standards to enable large-scale data generation and analysis.
 

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