NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – MedBiomix today announced a collaboration with Proteome Sciences to provide clinicians with expertise on how to utilize protein expression data to help improve patient care.

Cobham, UK-based Proteome Sciences joins MedBiomix's network of firms seeking to advance data-driven patient care. The global network includes medical centers of excellence, molecular diagnostic and genomics professionals, and representatives from the diagnostics and pharmaceutical industries, MedBiomix said in a statement.

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