PEPTALK Session Discusses Why Proteomics Has Not Yet Made Clinical Impact on Patients | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO — Following a talk by Leigh Anderson that showed that the number of new protein-based diagnostic tests that have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration has declined over the last 10 or so years, scientists here at the Cambridge Healthtech Institute's PEPTALK conference discussed why proteomics has not yet produced a biomarker that has made a significant clinical impact.

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