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(C) Wolf G Kroner 2012 - Leroy HoodMetrics for Disease, Health, and Wellness

November 2012. From the perspective of systems biology DNA sequencing is much more than a commodity service for research purposes bringing down cost of human genetic diagnostics. What is the role of microfluidics when targeting organ-specific disease biomarkers or performing wellness assays? What means “normal health state”. How to cope with noise in biological systems in a high throughput approach. In an exclusive interview with B2Bioworld Dr Leroy Hood, President of the Seattle Institute for Systems Biology shares his experience with technologies and offers insights into tasks ahead.

 

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