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Washington, DC — As leaders and members of the Human Proteome Organization’s Proteomics Standards Initiatives convened here this week for their annual fall workshop, initial feedback from reviewers of PSI’s plan to develop and issue reporting standards revealed deep skepticism and anxiety.
 
At the workshop, about 70 scientists and researchers met to get an update on the numerous efforts underway to create standards for proteomics and to continue building a roadmap for further work.
 

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