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Proteomic and genomic technologies for biomarker discovery

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Kulasingam, V., Diamandis, E.P. Proteomic and genomic technologies for biomarker discovery. Clin Proteom 2, 5–11 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1385/CP:2:1:5

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