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International Cancer Proteogenome Consortium

Video   Feb 25, 2019 | Taken from YouTube

 

The fight against cancer is going global. The National Cancer Institute’s International Cancer Proteogenome Consortium brings together researchers from around the world to conduct proteogenomics research and develop a comprehensive international proteogenomic atlas that would represent the diversity of people and commonly diagnosed cancers in their unique populations. To break down silos, data produced by ICPC institutions is made available to the public.  

 
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