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The Leukemia Atlas: A Guide to Proteins That Signal Disease

News   Apr 17, 2019 | Original story from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

 
The Leukemia Atlas: A Guide to Proteins That Signal Disease

UTSA's Amina Qutub with fellow researchers in UT MD Anderson Cancer Center develop a quantitative map for each leukemia patient from protein expression in their blood and bone marrow. Qutub developed a new computational method called MetaGalaxy to categorize the protein signatures into 154 different patterns based on their cellular functions and pathways. Credit: Photo courtesy of UTSA.

 
 
 

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