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molecular profiling could improve diagnosis and drug design

  December, 8 2000 0:18
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Diagnosis on a chip - molecular profiling that could improve diagnosis and help design better drugs

A new method for identifying specific proteins in blood or tissue samples could some day be used by doctors to help diagnose diseases and develop better drugs. The technique builds up a molecular “portrait” of the sample that researchers hope will allow them to pinpoint the specific constellation of proteins that indicate a particular illness or disease.

National Cancer Institute and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Andrew McLaughlin
BioMed Central

Message posted by: Wouter Kalle

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