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Staff members leave Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Pilot Proteomic Facility in LSL II. At the PPF, scientists combine powerful tools and techniques to advance proteomics--the study of the pattern of protein expression in living organisms.

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Document Title: Pilot Proteomics Facility in LSL II
Category: Facilities
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: September 2002
Background: PNNL has established a Pilot Proteomics Facility, a full-scale facility containing state-of-the-art laboratories in which a range of research is performed that aligns with DOE's Genomes to Life program as well as PNNL's research in systems biology. Research in these laboratories include Protein production Generation of affinity tags Protein complex isolation and protein purification Robotics prototyping Preliminary protein analysis and complex characterization Research and development. Proteomics has the potential to solve problems in energy production and conservation, global climate change, human health protection, bioremediation and pathogenesis caused by biowarfare agents.
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