Quality Use of Pathology Program (QUPP) – Final report for the development of a mass spectrometry technical quality assurance program for detecting proteomics project

This final report outlines the results of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia Quality Assurance Programs project to develop a development of a mass spectrometry technical quality assurance program for detecting human disease-associated proteins (Proteomics).

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Quality Use of Pathology Program (QUPP) – Final report for the development of a mass spectrometry technical quality assurance program for detecting proteomics project

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This QUPP-funded project tested the technical ability of laboratories to accurately detect disease-associated protein targets (biomarkers) using the high-throughput sensitive techniques of mass spectrometry. This is a new field of technology for pathology testing and in clinically diagnosing disease tissue.

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