GMU's Petricoin Building Database That Details Activation in Cancer Protein Pathways | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

George Mason University researcher Emmanuel Petricoin is developing a database detailing phosphorylation levels in a variety of protein-signaling pathways linked to common cancers.

The database could help physicians make better treatment decisions, aid pharmaceutical firms' drug-development efforts, and uncover new indications for existing therapeutics, Petricoin, who is co-director of GMU's Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine, told ProteoMonitor.

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