Oligo-Based Protein Capture Tools Allow Simultaneous Reporting of Genetic, Proteomic Biomarker Data | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

With DNA-based affinity agents gaining prominence as tools for protein capture, scientists and biotech firms are exploring biomarker assays that simultaneously report both genetic and proteomic data.

Such assays, researchers told ProteoMonitor, could enable better investigation of mechanisms of protein dysregulation in disease states and offer the potential for improved diagnostic sensitivity and specificity.

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