First Proteome Congress


Verona - The Italian Proteome Society (IPSO) announces the First National Congress on Proteomics in Verona (May, 27 to 29). The Congress aims at offering a panoramic view on the state of the art of Proteomics, on methodological approaches both classical and innovative for two-dimensional separations, and on troubleshooting, with the goal of improving interchange between the different research groups in Italy and abroad.
The Congress will deal with six areas:
- Human Proteomics
- Animal Proteomics
- Plant Proteomics
- Food Proteomics
- Microrganism Proteomics
- Bioinformatics, modelling and
IPSO was founded in November 2003 by four Italian scientists: Pier Giorgio Righetti (Università di Verona), Paolo Mocarelli (Università MI-Bicocca), Lello Zolla (Università della Tuscia, Viterbo), and Gabriella Giuffrida (CNR, Coleretto Giacosa, Torino).
Antonucci Francesca, Campostrini Natascia,
Castagna Annalisa, Cecconi Daniela
Strada le Grazie 15, I 37134 Verona
Tel.: +39-045-802-7086
Fax: +39-045-802-7929



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