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 Using proteomics to determine how long a corpse has been underwaterUsing proteomics to determine how long a corpse has been underwater
 
In this interview, AZoLifeSciences speaks to Dr. Noemi Procopio about her latest research which involved using bone proteomics to determine the length of time a corpse had been left underwater.
 
   Unique proteomics-based technology can help diagnose breast cancer more accuratelyUnique proteomics-based technology can help diagnose breast cancer more accurately
 
Breast cancer could be identified more precisely than existing methods using blood specimens and exclusive proteomics-based technology.
 
   Scientists resolve long-standing debate over key mechanism involved in gene silencingScientists resolve long-standing debate over key mechanism involved in gene silencing
 
Scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have resolved a long-standing debate over how crucial gene-silencing protein detects its targets.
 
 Pioneer transcription factors help turn on key genes that give cells unique properties
 
Pioneer transcription factors help turn on key genes that give cells unique propertiesBiologists have long wondered how complex organisms contain a variety of dramatically different types of cells with specialized functions, even though all of those cells are genetically identical.
 
 
 New deep neural network predicts transcription factors from protein sequences
 
New deep neural network predicts transcription factors from protein sequencesA collaborative team of researchers have developed a deep neural network called DeepTFactor that predicts transcription factors from protein sequences.
 
 
 Master Regulator proteins control cancer transcriptional identity
 
Master Regulator proteins control cancer transcriptional identityThousands of different genetic mutations have been implicated in cancer, but a new analysis of almost 10,000 patients found that regardless of the cancer's origin, tumors could be stratified in only 112 subtypes and that, within each subtype, the Master Regulator proteins that control the cancer's transcriptional state were virtually identical, independent of the specific genetic mutations of each patient.
 
 
 Archaeological scientists use proteomics to study ancient dairying
 
Archaeological scientists use proteomics to study ancient dairyingTracking milk drinking in the ancient past is not straightforward. For decades, archaeologists have tried to reconstruct the practice by various indirect methods. T