A problem is that most biomarkers are so dilute in blood that detecting them becomes a needle-in-haystack issue. Phillip Stafford and colleagues at Arizona State University and the University of Arizona have instead been pursuing antibodies as disease indicators, an idea first proposed by Abner Notkins of the National Institutes of Health (2).
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