LONG BEACH, Calif. — Mass spec-based MRM assays may serve as a good intermediate step to push proteomic biomarkers beyond the discovery phase and into the validation phase, according to Leigh Anderson, who gave the opening keynote lecture here this week at the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities conference.

"We need to do really interesting things in discovery, but if we don't do the validation, [the discovery] might as well not have been done," said Anderson, who is the founder and CEO of the Washington, DC-based Plasma Proteome Institute.

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