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The 11 Golden Rules of Working with Proteomic Samples
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For many diverse areas in life, people have developed so called “10 golden rules” that aim to guide others in the right direction in that specific field of interest. This document is not an exception. Here you find 11 golden rules designed to be an educational guide and function as a basis for the standard practices for handling biological samples in a laboratory conducting proteomic experiments.
Mats Borén, Ph.D., works as Head of Development at Denator.
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