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Proteomics science and society :the role of knowledge translation in moving towards clinical applications

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  • 189900 Other Law And Legal Studies
  • Knowledge Translation
  • Proteomics
  • Standardisation


Gaining support for proteomics science requires effective knowledge translation. Knowledge translation (KT) processes turn the evidence generated by scientific discovery into recommendations for clinical applications, funding priorities, and policy/regulatory reforms. Clinicians, regulators, and funders need to understand why emerging proteomics knowledge is relevant, and what are the potential applications of that knowledge. A lack of clarity remains about what KT means.

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