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In the pursuit of industrial proteomics

Nature Biotechnology volume 21, pages 233237 (2003) | Download Citation

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Robust, reproducible ways to identify and quantify the protein complement of cells are still some way off, as are the means of turning these technologies into viable businesses.

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  1. Peter Mitchell is a freelance writer specializing in biotechnology and healthcare based in London, UK pete@dmed.demon.co.uk

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