Expression Pathology Hopes to Transform Archived Tissues into Gold Mines of Samples | GenomeWeb

It may not be the sexiest problem in proteomics, but the issue of how to gather enough tissue samples for array or mass spec-based experiments is one many researchers struggle with. Gaithersburg, Md.-based start-up Expression Pathology, founded two years ago by a group of former pathology and tissue analysis scientists from the NCI and Life Technologies, hopes to begin offering services this year that would solve that problem.

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