Researchers Publish ‘Most Comprehensive’ Map of Salivary Proteome; Dxs on Horizon? | GenomeWeb
A team of scientists from five US universities has completed what is being called the most comprehensive map of the human salivary proteome to date, a development that is expected to push along the long-term goal of creating new saliva-based diagnostic tests for a wide array of diseases.

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