Paris Workshop Sparks Draft Guidelines for Proteomic Papers; a Supplement to Carr Guide | GenomeWeb

As more researchers adopt mass spectrometry for proteomics, experts have called for quality standards ensuring correct protein and peptide identifications in the growing proteomic literature. Last month, a panel of experts from academia and industry, as well as representatives of journals with an interest in proteomics, put forward draft guidelines, resulting from a workshop in Paris in May, that they hope will become widely accepted by journals as early as 2006.

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