For Networkers and New Ideas: Proteome Society Coming Soon to a City Near You | GenomeWeb

Given the steadily rising interest in proteomics on the part of the life science community, it may not be surprising that a number of professional scientific societies have tried to broaden their appeal to scientists using such techniques as 2D gels and mass spectrometry in their studies of proteins. The Protein Society, the Electrophoresis Society, and even a group of scientists at NIH have decided that proteomics represents a discipline too hot to ignore.

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