Monitoring Proteins and Protein Networks Using Reverse Phase Protein Arrays

@inproceedings{Wilson2010MonitoringPA,
  title={Monitoring Proteins and Protein Networks Using Reverse Phase Protein Arrays},
  author={Bridget Wilson and Lance A. Liotta and Emanuel F. Petricoin},
  booktitle={Disease markers},
  year={2010}
}
Recent advances in high throughput, high content "omic" technologies coupled with clinical information has lead to the expectation that the complexity of the molecular information generated will lead to more robust scientific research as well as the expectation that overarching therapeutic approaches will be patient-tailored to the underlying specific molecular defects of the disease. As disease understanding progresses and more therapeutics, which predominately target proteins, are developed… CONTINUE READING
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