Liotta, Petricoin Launch New Firm, Tech Could Increase, Improve Biomarker Finds | GenomeWeb
Lance Liotta and Emanuel Petricoin have launched a new company to capitalize on technology they developed to better capture low-abundance protein biomarkers and protect them from degradation.
 
The technology, dubbed Nanotrap, was originally created to detect early-stage diseases such as cancer. Its use and the company’s commercialization efforts, however, will be initially directed at the screening of human-growth hormone in urine.
 

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