Multiple Techniques for Data Analysis Needed, Siena Presentations Assert | GenomeWeb

This week’s sixth international proteomics meeting in Siena, Italy, began with this message: Researchers can benefit from using two or more different techniques to analyze the same samples.

The message came from Marc Wilkins, credited with coining the term “proteomics” 10 years ago, who cautioned that some techniques may generate data that are of little use.

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