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The only scientist working in a large room filled with machines for proteomics research, Marchese talked about how he can load protein sample onto machines in the afternoon and return the next day to a database full of newly identified proteins. But in spite of major advances like this, inadequate technology still holds back the field of proteomics. Applied Biosystems is just one of a number of biotechnology companies working hard to...
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