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Quantitative Proteomics: A Major Piece in the Precision Medicine Puzzle

Posted on December 22nd, 2017 by in Pharma R&D

Our genetic make-up, where we live and how we live, are all important factors to consider when we are dealing with disease. For a very long time, medicine has mostly been designed to treat the sickness without much thought to the individual who has it. Continue reading “Quantitative Proteomics: A Major Piece in the Precision Medicine Puzzle” »

Venturing into the Microbiome

Posted on September 28th, 2016 by in Pharma R&D

The growing library of bacterial genomic material and microorganisms that reside within the human host is termed the microbiome. Microbiota, a less-used term, refers to the community of single cell organisms (i.e. bacteria, fungi, virus, etc.) that inhabit us, the superhost human organism. Prior to genomic sequencing, bacterial identification occurred by laboratory isolation and culturing. Continue reading “Venturing into the Microbiome” »