With Reproducibility Proven, New Study May Engender 2D Gel Standards, Protocols, References | GenomeWeb

An effort to prove the utility of 2D-gel technology has moved into its second phase: creating guidelines and tools for users of the technology.

The project, which kicked off late last year, is a follow-up to a study conducted in 2007 by the Human Proteome Organization's Industry Advisory Board that set out to prove the reproducibility of 2D gels across different laboratories. Now, phase 2, which involves 15 labs worldwide, will try to create standards, protocols, and references, organizers of the effort told ProteoMonitor this week.

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