To sleep…

Proteomic analysis using mass spectrometry could be used in a diagnostic test for sleeping sickness that can more accurately spot the disease than current approaches, according to UK researchers. The technique reveals the presence of a characteristic protein marker for individuals known to have the disease even before high levels of the pathogen are present in their blood.

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