NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institute of Mental Health’s Laboratory of Neurotoxicology is seeking interested parties to collaborate in a research alliance to develop and commercialize protein quantification techniques using mass spectrometry.
 
NIMH said the technology can be used in basic research, to diagnose disease, or determine amounts of specific marker proteins in heterogeneous mixtures such as blood or urine.
 

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