Protein Science study finished

Molly Scott m.scott at
Tue Dec 18 11:09:14 EST 2001

The Science Advisory Board ( has
recently completed a comprehensive eight-part study on the tools and
techniques of protein science and proteomics.  Summaries of the results can
be found at   This
includes the newest additions, Protein Databases and two studies on the
tools used to study Biomolecular Interactions, both in vivo and in vitro.

The Biomolecular Interactions (in vivo methods) examined techniques such at
two-hybrid (yeast and otherwise), and the Biomolecular Interactions (in
vitro methods) looked at microarrays and micro fluidic technologies.

The Science Advisory Board is planning more studies on the tools and
techniques of the life sciences in 2002. If you would like to become a
member so that you may contribute to these studies, please visit,   or contact Molly Scott at
m.scott at for more information.

Molly Scott
Membership Coordinator
The Science Advisory Board


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