NHLBI Proteomics Centers Plan to Use Plethora of Proteomics Technologies for Disease Studies | GenomeWeb

So what proteomics technologies are you going to develop with your part of the $157 million? This is the question that ProteoMonitor put to leaders of the ten proteomics centers chosen earlier this month by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to participate in its $157 million, seven-year proteomics initiative. Following are the details on the methods each center plans to pursue:

Uniformed Services University Medical School

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