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Automated Profiling and Identification of Endogenous Peptidomic Markers in Human Plasma


Development of robust methods that include the accurate identification of the relevant components of the peptidome is critical not only to our understanding of the biology of disease states, but also to our ability to discover markers for these states.

Date Posted: 10/01/2006 07:19:33

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