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Progress a Must for Protein Microarrays
Better Tools and Methodologies Are Needed to Move the Field Past a Critical Stage
- Microarrays have advanced significantly over the years, which is a good thing as genomics would not exist if not for that progress. Protein microarray development, however, has not seen as much success as DNA microarray development, which has been somewhat worrisome for proteomic scientists—and life scientists, in general. In ...
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