Genomic, Proteomic Tools May Yield 'Simplistic' or 'Misleading' Conclusions, Cancer Review Finds | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Data generated by genomic and proteomic technologies are overly complex, causing some cancer researchers to arrive at “simplistic” or “misleading” conclusions, according to a review article in the January issue of Nature Reviews Cancer.
 
The study, led by researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center, concluded that scientists “don’t appreciate how complex the data is that is being generated.”
 

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