Researchers Call for Anti-Peptide Antibody Library to Map Human Proteome | GenomeWeb

With the Human Proteome Project a deferred dream at the moment, a band of researchers hopes to launch a smaller-scale project to create a library of anti-peptide antibodies for measuring “defined” collections of proteins with high sensitivity and “absolute specificity.”

The project, which the researchers are calling the Human Proteome Detection and Quantitation initiative, or hPDQ, would serve as a “near-term tactical approach” for providing a more basic map of the human proteome than the HPP.

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