Wanted: (Much) Better Bioanalytical Sample Prep
Intact protein analysis may be on the horizon, but current sample preparation methods simply aren’t up to scratch
Katarina Maráková | | Opinion
In recent years, protein analysis has – rightly – caught the attention of scientists all over the world. Medical and pharmaceutical scientists alike have recognized that various proteins present in biological samples can serve as potential biomarkers and drug targets for numerous diseases, including cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and immune-mediated disorders. More recently, targeted proteomics of intact molecules has emerged as a promising and rapidly growing facet of this field.
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