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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – What will proteomics look like five years from now?

In a broad sense, the field will likely be much the same — a mix of mass spec and immunoassays, discovery and targeted workflows slowly but steadily improving in terms of their speed, sensitivity, accuracy, and throughput.

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