NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A group at Stanford University has shown that proximity-ligated amplification (PLA), which has classically been used as a way to detect proteins, can also be used for ultrasensitive detection of antibodies.

The team is now establishing a company and foresees clinical applications such as detection of autoantibodies for early diabetes diagnosis and thyroid cancer treatment monitoring.

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