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The goal is for multiple biomarkers like this one to be part of a test for CTE that could be conducted, say, during a doctor’s visit.
Under that partnership, Quest will be able to develop tests based off of research on biomarkers completed by the Lerner Research Institute and other parts of the Clinic.
Another measure would be to reduce inflammation biomarkers that can be found in the blood.
Women monitored with biomarkers had nearly $6,000 in additional health costs.
The association between this biomarker and PTSD is so strong, in fact, that some have proposed diagnosing the disorder with a CRP blood test.
The presence of that biomarker could help develop testing that diagnoses CTE at its earliest stages, and in turn might have a lasting impact on the game of football.
Cleveland HeartLab, a cardiovascular diagnostic testing company, has proprietary tests that use biomarkers to predict cardiovascular disease.
Zhang and GenoPalate have identified 38 genetic biomarkers to examine in the DNA analysis and 86 risk evaluations to perform.
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medical Definition of biomarker
- age-related biomarkers of disease and degenerative change
- —Janet Raloff
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