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This story originally ran on July 14 and has been updated to include additional comments.

By Tony Fong

That sense of déjà vu some proteomics researchers may be experiencing could be due to stress.

Researchers in the Netherlands have identified 44 protein biomarkers that they say appear repeatedly in 2D gel electrophoresis-based disease biomarker studies and have linked them to cellular stress response.

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