Experts Say Proteomics Tools Not Ready for Clinical Setting | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO — Until instruments used for proteomics research become cheaper and more user-friendly, proteomics may always play second fiddle to genomic technologies in the clinical setting, according to participants in a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the US Human Proteome Organization, held here this week.

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