Researchers have developed a new diagnostic technique to accurately differentiate bladder cancer from benign inflammation using AHNAK2 protein biomarkers.
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This editorial provides an insight into the development of proteomics as a tool for drug and biomarker discovery, pharmacodynamics and protein network elucidation; and where technology may be heading in the future.
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A noninvasive skin-stripping test has been developed to differentiate between eczema and psoriasis when diagnosing inflammatory skin diseases.
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Find out more about some of the top stories this week in methodological improvements for the quantitative analysis of proteomes, and for the production of chiral molecules.
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Read more about the latest advances in proteomics this week in our themed weekly news round-up, including news regarding a new clinical market license for a predictive diagnostic test for diabetic kidney disease, and a new device for in vivo real-time proteomics in surgical oncology.
Assessing a multiplex targeted proteomics approach for the clinical diagnosis of periodontitis using saliva samples
This study from Bioanalysis focused on the research of new biomarkers based on the liquid chromatography-multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) proteomic profile in whole saliva.
A research team from Brazil has combined two techniques to identify over 10, 000 proteins expressed in oligodendrocytes in an effort to better understand the causes of schizophrenia.