Recent Examples of biomarker from the Web
With the behavioral study plus the biomarkers, Dodman published the results in Translational Psychiatry.
The identification of a possible biomarker presents the opportunity not just for diagnosis in living patients, but also to decipher how the disease progresses over time and thus develop potential treatment options.
Rogers also hopes to develop the devices further, potentially giving them the ability to sample biofluids like sweat and do chemical analysis of biomarkers that indicate health or disease.
Ever since being diagnosed with lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS) — a biomarker that puts one at high risk for developing invasive breast cancer — the retired public relations executive and part-time Boca Raton resident hasn’t had a choice.
Researchers may be close to using biomarkers in the blood that are associated with head trauma to diagnose a concussion, gauge its severity and track recovery.
Another measure would be to reduce inflammation biomarkers that can be found in the blood.
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.
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.
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medical Definition of biomarker
- age-related biomarkers of disease and degenerative change
- —Janet Raloff
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