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The new algorithm also analyzed advanced biomarkers such as the levels of creatinine and bilirubin in the blood, which can offer clues about underlying infection.
Science has largely relied on point-in-time static biomarkers to assess health.
O'Bryant has been developing a blood test for years that looks for specific biomarkers of Alzheimer's.
But there’s no biomarker to identify patients who actually comply with taking their pills on time.
And if that biomarker were also a factor in causing it, researchers might glean some new ways to treat the disease.
But biomarkers are not the same as symptoms, so the risk is that costly new drugs will be approved that do not actually work.
When the women in the study lost weight — about 12 pounds on average — changes in biomarkers for breast cancer, like estrogen, leptin and inflammatory proteins, indicated a reduction in breast cancer risk.
Those 25 biomarkers were selected from a panel of 63 that had been shown to be related to preterm birth or preeclampsia.
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medical Definition of biomarker
- age-related biomarkers of disease and degenerative change
- —Janet Raloff
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