The author file: Emma Lundberg

Marx, Vivien
April 2013
Nature Methods;Apr2013, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p273
Academic Journal
The article features Emma Lundberg, author of an article on a comparative study on the techniques in localizing proteins. It mentions that Lundberg had been a group leader in her team because of her Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD) from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. It adds that Landberg is a member of the Human Protein Atlas, a collaboration to study the human proteome.


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