Providing Training in Protein MS Isn t Easy, But Help May Be on the Way | GenomeWeb

In marked contrast to recent macroeconomic trends, the proteomics field over the past few years has experienced a remarkable period of growth, as most proteomics observers are well aware. The number of attendees interested in proteomics at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference, for instance, has grown exponentially, as has the number of industry conferences choosing the topic as a central theme.

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