Proteomic Patterns Begin to Show Promise as Diagnostics in Lancet Study by FDA/NCI | GenomeWeb

Last July, the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration announced that they would begin tripling the amount of annual funding for a new clinical proteomics program. Now it seems the money has begun to bear fruit. Last week, Emanuel Petricoin and Lance Liotta, co-directors of the program, and their colleagues published a paper in The Lancet describing a diagnostic test for ovarian cancer based on serum protein profiles.

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