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Advancing Antigen Discovery With Microfluidics Automation for Sparse Samples

An automated and cost-effective workflow in immunopeptidomics, utilizing microfluidics technology, has been created that overcomes limitations in sample preparation and could be a powerful tool for tumor antigen discovery in sparse samples.
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How Fast Will a Diabetes Patient Develop Insulin Dependency?

Scientists have identified a number of biomarkers associated with progression of Type 2 diabetes to predict insulin resistance development, which could help to manage the disease and improve patient outcomes.
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The Critical Role of Proteomics in Precision Medicine

This article explores complexities in proteomics and highlights some promising technological advances in this area.
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The Power and Potential of Epigenetic Aging Clocks

In this article, we take a deep dive into the world of epigenetic aging clocks, finding out what they are, what they can tell us and how they might be applied in future.
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Improving Image Integrity in Scientific Papers

This article sheds light on the issue of image integrity in academic publishing and gives advice on how to reduce the risk.
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Redefining Cancer-Free With ctDNA

In this article, we dive into MRD and how it promises to both address an unmet need in the care of cancer patients and ultimately help patients live longer lives with less uncertainty.
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The Impact of UK Collaboration in Life Sciences

In this opinion piece, Jan Wauters discusses why collaboration in science is so important and what the Windsor Framework could mean for research in Europe.
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ChatGPT: It’s Not the End of the World as We Know It

In this op-ed article, Michael Kinch explains his optimism around ChatGPT which, in his words, centers around the possibility that we as a society might start to question "claims" and "truths" that we encounter daily.
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Multiomics Advances: Patient Stratification for Treatment and Response

This article will present two multiomics vignettes. One involves the search for a deeper understanding of food allergies and a potential path forward for treatment. Another will describe the response to bariatric surgery, a growing need as obesity trends upward in many parts of the world.
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Applications of Liquid Biopsy in Cancer and Beyond

Liquid biopsies are becoming an increasingly important tool for the early detection, prognosis and monitoring of treatment outcomes in cancer, and hold the promise of transforming the management of other diseases in the future.