Peter Bryant-Greenwood

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Proteomic studies of cells via surface-enhanced laser desorption/ionization spectrometry (SELDI) analysis have enabled rapid, reproducible protein profiling directly from crude samples. We applied this technique to archival cytology material to determine whether distinct, reproducible protein fingerprints could be identifiedfor potential diagnostic purposes(More)
Recurrent pleural effusions are common complications of hospitalized patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and may pose difficult diagnostic dilemmas. A common cause of recurrent pleural effusions in up to 30% of HIV-seropositive patients is pulmonary involvement by Kaposi's sarcoma, a human herpesvirus 8 (HHV 8)-related neoplasm. The(More)
Mass spectrometry-based diagnostics has the potential to revolutionize molecular medicine. Using modern mass-spectrometer technologies, clinical tests can be developed that are practical, robust, accurate, and inexpensive. Serum proteomic pattern profiling couples mass spectrometry with adaptive artificial-intelligence-based bioinformatics, which can now be(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW The intention of this review is to familiarize the practicing clinician with the current status and future direction of molecular testing in obstetrics. As a discipline, obstetrics and gynecology is unique in that it deals with the full spectrum of molecular genetic testing. This spectrum includes infectious disease, neoplasia and(More)
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