Proteomics to Diagnose Human Tumors and Provide Prognostic Information
April 01, 2004
Much excitement has beengenerated in the past fewyears around the potential of“omics technologies” to produce advancesin medicine. For example, globalprofiling using DNA microarrayshas uncovered patterns of gene expressionthat may have clinical utility. However,it has become clear that numerousobstacles must be overcome beforefindings from these studies have a substantialimpact on clinical practice.