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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston said today that it has received a $5.7 million grant from the Texas Regional CTSA Consortium to establish and lead a network bringing together proteomics-related resources from across the UT system.

The institution will serve as the flagship for the new UT System Proteomics Core Facility Network, which was started by Patricia Hurn, the UT System vice chancellor for research and innovation, and will be led by Alexander Kurosky, the program director and a UTMB researcher.

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Core facilities support a broad range of scientific studies and must constantly integrate new technologies and analysis to underpin their users’ research. Areas for development include higher multiplex capabilities, greater quantification, correlation to other tools, as well as multi-omics.