Abstract

In 2004, the FDA has articulated a Critical Path Initiative to improve the efficiency of product development industry-wide, and brought attention to the pressing needs of defining new tools to better assess safety and effectiveness of new products. A better understanding of protein subtypes, protein degradation and other posttranslational modificarions (PTMs) is in complete alignment with this initiative. These aims can be addressed by systematic protein fingerprinting. The questions is whether the field of clinical chemistry is "up to the challenge". Can old assays based on yesterday's technologies answer the questions of tomorrow, with strong focus on the molecular action of treatments? Is a protein measurement simply a protein measurement?

Go to full publication

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or other inquiries.

Are you interested in learning more about Nordic Bioscience?
Enter your information in the form and a representative will contact you shortly.

By submitting this form you agree to our terms and conditions.

We use cookies on our site to enable essential services and functionalities, and collect data in regards to visitor information to provide the best possible experience. By using our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our cookies usage. Cookie Policy Privacy Statement