EPI, Canadian Cancer Lab Look for Protein Markers Tied to Breast Cancer Metastasis | GenomeWeb
Expression Pathology and the Alberta Cancer Board’s Tom Baker Cancer Centre plan to identify protein biomarkers that can enable researchers to detect early breast cancer metastasis, the groups said last week.
 
Under the terms of the deal, EPI will use its tissue proteomics platform to analyze formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue samples from breast cancer patients treated at the Calgary-based Tom Baker Cancer Centre and identify protein biomarkers for early disease metastasis.
 

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