NCI Gives Five Labs $35.5M to Test Proteomic Tools For Cancer; Eyes Methodology, Technology Standards | GenomeWeb
As far as shotgun proteomics is concerned, it’s an approach that’s had a “fantastic impact on cell biology,” said Daniel Liebler, director of the proteomics lab at the Mass Spectrometry Research Center at Vanderbilt University. “But it hasn’t really hit clinical proteomics because it’s hard to do it a high-throughput standardized way.”

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