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In arthritic rats, for example, it has been shown to reduce C-reactive proteins, a biomarker for inflammation.
High performers are vulnerable to nutritional imbalances given the physical demands of training, and certain conditions may mean that some individuals need a little help readjusting their biomarkers or hormones.
Another question posed by the researchers: What level of calorie restrictions would have an impact on biomarkers of aging?
But various biomarker studies have shown that brain changes related to Alzheimer’s disease begin occurring decades earlier — sometimes in a person’s 20s and 30s.
There, the focus was on the molecule as a potential biomarker for a range of diseases.
In all, the military created six Green Road sites nationwide, and now a study is collecting data such as patients’ heart rates and other biomarkers.
Patients were tested for a biomarker used to predict whether pembrolizumab is likely to help them.
The guidelines spell out use of these biomarkers over a spectrum of mental decline, starting with early brain changes, through mild impairment and Alzheimer’s dementia.
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medical Definition of biomarker
- age-related biomarkers of disease and degenerative change
- —Janet Raloff
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