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(s9) Proteomics Standardization

By D.B. Friedman

Abstract

The needs and issues related to establishing inter-laboratory standardization in quantitative proteomics will be highlighted by presentations from three international initiatives. By establishing the need for standardization, each group will also highlight the tremendous amount of instrument and experimental variation that is also measured when trying to determine real biological changes. The Spanish-based ProteoRed consortium addresses multiple proteomics platforms, ranging from MS-based to gel-based. The NIH CPTAC network is focused on MS-based studies, and the UK-based FixingProteomics initiative covers mostly gel-based methods. Results from these studies will demonstrate complement and overlap in technology and approaches used between these groups, all motivated by the universal goal of standardizing these complex technologies across laboratories

Topics: Scientific Session Abstracts
Publisher: Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities
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