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New proteomics research promises to revolutionize biomedical discovery

his HuPI discovery engine to the Google search engine for the Internet. Setting in place a method that generates useless information would be a waste of time and resources. Instead, Coulombe aims to deploy all energy and brain power to build a proteomics discovery pipeline that produces only relevant, useful information (as Google is also efficient to map useful links for a Web search, leaving out most irrelevant information). Given the success seen thus far, Dr. Coulombe may well be on the right road to achieve his long-term objective which is to build a publicly-available repertoire of molecular maps that represents the fingerprint of the physiological status of normal human cells and the signature of some disease conditions. If this comprehensive repertoire of protein interaction networks, termed the Human Proteotheque, can assist scientists worldwide in identifying important new proteins that can be used to diagnose and/or eventually cure specific diseases, then I will have succeeded in doing what I set out to do, concluded Dr.


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Contact: Lucette Thriault
lucette.theriault@ircm.qc.ca
514-987-5535
Institut de recherches cliniques de Montreal
19-Jul-2007


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