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Title: Preface
Authors: Zolla, Lello
Keywords: Blood proteomics
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Elsevier
Source: Zolla, L. 2010. Preface. "Journal of Proteomics" 73(3): 361-364
Since in the last few years clinicians and proteomicists
have rapidly reached the rendez-vous point, we are currently
in the middle of the docking manoeuvres. Two formerlyindependent
worlds have started to cooperate, with the
declared intent to ameliorate the quality of the production
and handling processes of blood components and plasma
derivatives, with the shared goal to guarantee their safety and
effectiveness for the whole health care system.
This special issue tries to add some little pieces to this yet
complicated puzzle, since it represents an attempt to sail
across the mare magnum of the actual knowledge in this
research endeavour, to the end of summarizing the main
advancements. In the light of what emerges, blood-related
proteomics appears as much as promising as never before. In
particular, proteomics has been recently transformed from a mere basic-research expensive toy into a dramatically-sensitive
and high-throughput research tool which could be
exploited to investigate the molecular mechanisms of blood
and blood components and promises to establish quality
parameters in the blood-banking production-chain totally
L'articolo è disponibile sul sito dell'editore
ISSN: 1874-3919
DOI: 10.1016/j.jprot.2009.11.006
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