The utility of dried blood spots for proteomic studies: looking forward to looking back.

@article{Ignjatovic2014TheUO,
  title={The utility of dried blood spots for proteomic studies: looking forward to looking back.},
  author={Vera Ignjatovic and James Pitt and Paul Terence Monagle and Jeffrey M Craig},
  journal={Proteomics. Clinical applications},
  year={2014},
  volume={8 11-12},
  pages={896-900}
}
The possibility to detect biomarkers of adult disease in early life and particularly in newborns holds enormous promise for early disease detection and prevention. Early detection of disease or potential for future disease would allow for prevention or amelioration of disease before overt symptoms develop, by lifestyle modifications, appropriate medication and monitoring. It is now increasingly important to develop the technologies that allow dried blood spots (DBS) to be utilized for protein… CONTINUE READING
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