Can Reverse-Phase Protein Arrays Replace IHC and FISH in Clinical PGx? | GenomeWeb

BOSTON — Researchers at the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine at George Mason University led by center co-director Lance Liotta plan to start two clinical trials to test if their reverse-phase protein array can identify patients who respond to EGFR inhibitors.

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