Published in Cancer Law Weekly, June 18th, 2005
Researchers from the Chinese University of Hong Kong examined the ability of SELDI ProteinChip technology to accurately diagnose gastric cancer. This tool categorizes proteins and creates a unique "fingerprint" to diagnose cancer. This fingerprint represents a series of protein masses that can be used to differentiate between normal and diseased patient samples.
Results of the study, presented at...
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