"Proteomics brings genetic information to a practical level, says Gilbert Omenn, a bioinformatician at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and chair of the global Human Proteome Project (HPP). The idea of the project is to create a “complete parts list” of the human body, he says, “to fill in the many blank spots between knowing that a gene has something to do with a disease process and knowing how it really works."
November 9, 2015
Dr. Gilbert S. Omenn quoted in the Nature story "Proteomics: High-protein research"
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