Super-SILAC for tumors and tissues

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The super-SILAC approach facilitates the quantitative analysis of human tumor tissue proteomes.

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Figure 1: Super-SILAC enables the comparison of the amounts of hundreds or thousands of proteins from a particular tissue collected from individuals with disease and healthy individuals.

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Neubert, T., Tempst, P. Super-SILAC for tumors and tissues. Nat Methods 7, 361–362 (2010) doi:10.1038/nmeth0510-361

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