New UK Group ‘Amplifies’ Proteomics/Stem Cell Research Into Cardiovascular Repair | GenomeWeb
The newly formed Vascular Proteomics Group at the James Black Center at King’s College in London will use a portion of a £9 million ($17.7 million) grant from the British Heart Foundation to ratchet up its work looking into the role stem cells may play in cardiovascular repair — one of the comparatively few projects marrying proteomics with stem cell research.

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