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What do you think is the most important application or proteomics? Why?

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i.e., medical, pharmaceutical, or agricultural
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Medical. Because in my opinion (strictly in my opinion), the ultimate goal of doing all scientific research is to find a solution for every problem faced by humans, especially health problems.
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