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A Top-down Approach to Improve Cancer Detection

News   Aug 01, 2018 | Original story sourced from Northwestern University

 
Mapping the Protein Puzzle to Improve Cancer Detection

Kelleher says top-down proteomics provides a more comprehensive understanding of human proteins than bottom-up proteomics, which is both imprecise and incomplete. Image credit: Northwestern University

 
 
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