Latest proteomics News

Study opens the door to new treatment strategies for breast cancer
Breakthrough in fight against chemically resistant dieback
New technology changes how proteins in individual cells are studied
KI researcher Roman Zubarev awarded The Berzelius Medal in Gold
Proteins in milk and blood could one day let doctors detect breast cancer earlier – and save lives
Proteomics International retains its ISO 13485 certification
Method improves detection of potential therapeutic tumor targets in human biopsies
Social network of proteins
WA’s innovative healthcare to be showcased on open day
Ita Buttrose AC OBE Appointed Chair of CHeBA Advisory Committee
Early diagnosis a step closer for those at risk of oesophageal cancer
Prestigious science gongs for 28 STEM high achievers
KIPA potentially predicts chemotherapy response in triple negative breast cancer
Dr. Yudong Gao named McNair Scholar at BCM
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BostonGene and Mater Research collaborate in new follicular lymphoma study
Four different autism subtypes identified in brain study
Atlas of genetic scores to predict multi-omic traits
Proteomics says it will resubmit PromarkerD predictive test for Medicare funding
Differences in animal biology can affect cancer drug development
“Snapshots” of Translation Could Help Us Investigate Cellular Proteins
New proteins involved in spinocerebellar ataxia provide insight into selective neuronal vulnerability
Research boost for heart muscle disease
Researchers germinate revival of favourite Aussie native
Illumina and AstraZenca team up on AI-based research project
Long Covid study identifies novel blood markers as potential targets
New study published demonstrating utility of PromarkerD test
CPTAC renews funding for proteogenomics research at Baylor
Commercial agreement aims to increase early detection of oesophageal cancer
Finding answers to causes of male infertility
Fast Five with Dr David Chieng
Uncovering triggers of severe Covid in kids
Quality Control for Single Cell Imaging
Vaccine blood clotting could be result of genetics
Fast Five with Dr Alin Rai
Novel acute myeloid leukemia subtypes identified
Deeper insight into bag of tricks of bacteria
Unexpected findings detailed in new portrait of HIV
Researchers reveal largest catalogue of gene activators
AstraZeneca and Scorpion Therapeutics enter agreement to discover, develop and commercialise novel cancer treatments against
First images of enzyme provide insights into cause of hereditary neurological disease
Study untangles mitochondria to reap rewards of exercise
Gold-based cancer therapy could face competition from other substances
McGowan Government invests $450,000 into new industry manufacturing
New biomarker for severe Covid