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Finding Promising Protein Biomarkers
Discovery Aided by Availability of Large Patient Databases and Robust Data-Mining Practices
- There is an urgent need for robust biomarkers in clinical and companion diagnostics. As a result, there is tremendous interest in improving the processes by which protein biomarkers are identified and validated. Researchers gathered at CHI’s “Next Generation Diagnostics Summit” last month in Washington, D.C., to discuss, among other ...
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