Cardiovascular proteomics: implications for clinical applications.

Schoenhoff, F.S, Fu, Q., Van Eyk, J.E.
Journal   Clin Lab Med.
Analytes Measured  
Matrix Tested  
Year   2009
Volume   29
Page Numbers   87-99
Application   Cytokines and Chemokines
Proteomics is fulfilling its potential and beginning to impact the diagnosis and therapy of cardiovascular disease. As de novo proteomics analysis gets more streamlined, and robust high-throughput methods are developed, more and more attention is being directed toward the field of cardiovascular serum and plasma biomarker discovery. To take cardiovascular proteomics from bench to bedside, great care must be taken to achieve reproducible results. Despite technical advances, however, the absolute number of clinical biomarkers thus far discovered by a proteomics approach is small. Although several factors contribute to this lack, one step is to build "translation teams" involving a close collaboration between researchers and clinicians.

View Publications
Browse Our Products

By Analytes
By Applications
Customer Service/Orders

Scientific/Technical Support

Instrument Support

Company Headquarters