Proteomics Proteomics is about measuring proteins, and ideally, about measuring many of them. Not surprisingly, given the universal importance of proteins in biological systems and the variety of their properties when employed as machines, signals, structural materials, and food, proteomics has enabled real progress in many areas of biology while falling short in others. Fortunately, we are beginning to understand...
- Multiple myeloma (MM) is a malignancy of terminally differentiated B-lymphocytes that accounts for âˆ¼13% of all hematologic cancers. Despite a wealth of knowledge describing the molecular biology of MM as well as significant advances in therapeutics, this disease remains incurable.