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Systems Biology Europe

16 Oct 2012 - 17 Oct 2012 - Madrid, Spain



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This conference is taking place in Madrid and aims to integrate the understanding of normal cellular processes with that of pathological proteomics by exploring various ground-breaking techniques.  There are, of course, numerous technical challenges that must be overcome in order for proteomic techniques to be used in the clinic, but this conference will describe the details of using this procedure to identify and diagnose cancer in the lab. 

With a host of international speakers and a choice of four exclusive tracks, this meeting will provide delegates with translational information on exosomes, informatics and metabolic profiling.

The four conference tracks at this event are; Cancer Proteomics, Informatics, Exosomes/Markers in Biological Fluids and Metabolic Profiling & Lipidomics. Registered delegates will have access to all four meetings ensuring a very cost-effective trip.



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