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A biomarker is a biological molecule found in blood, other body fluids, or tissues that is a sign of a normal or abnormal process, or of a condition or disease. A biomarker may be used to see how well the body responds to a treatment for a disease or condition. Also called molecular marker and signature molecule.
New PET imaging biomarker Gal-1 predicts tumor responses to immunotherapy

New PET imaging biomarker Gal-1 predicts tumor responses to immunotherapy

Exploring how intense ultrasound can release biological indicators of disease

Exploring how intense ultrasound can release biological indicators of disease

Wearable biosensors with skin interfaces for newborn and neonatal health monitoring

Wearable biosensors with skin interfaces for newborn and neonatal health monitoring

Research validates anti-inflammatory properties of wine using urinary tartaric acid as biomarker

Research validates anti-inflammatory properties of wine using urinary tartaric acid as biomarker

Mainz Biomed to unveil breakthrough early cancer detection study results at DDW 2024

Mainz Biomed to unveil breakthrough early cancer detection study results at DDW 2024

Expanding treatment horizons for hypermutated urothelial carcinomas beyond immunotherapy

Expanding treatment horizons for hypermutated urothelial carcinomas beyond immunotherapy

Combination immunotherapy treatment enhances immune response for people with malignant gliomas

Combination immunotherapy treatment enhances immune response for people with malignant gliomas

APOE4 gene linked to early onset Alzheimer's, target for therapeutic intervention

APOE4 gene linked to early onset Alzheimer's, target for therapeutic intervention

Hemp seed protein shows promise in lowering blood pressure

Hemp seed protein shows promise in lowering blood pressure

Study identifies APOE4 homozygotes as high-risk group for Alzheimer's disease

Study identifies APOE4 homozygotes as high-risk group for Alzheimer's disease

Personalized screening approach may better predict preeclampsia in the first trimester of pregnancy

Personalized screening approach may better predict preeclampsia in the first trimester of pregnancy

Simple blood test could allow doctors to determine a person’s risk for stroke or cognitive decline

Simple blood test could allow doctors to determine a person’s risk for stroke or cognitive decline

Study reveals survival benefit from genome-matched cancer treatments in rural Maine

Study reveals survival benefit from genome-matched cancer treatments in rural Maine

New biomarker predicts immunotherapy response in gastrointestinal cancers

New biomarker predicts immunotherapy response in gastrointestinal cancers

Blood test predicts knee osteoarthritis eight years before tell-tale signs of the disease

Blood test predicts knee osteoarthritis eight years before tell-tale signs of the disease

Research reveals potential target for enfortumab vedotin therapy in urothelial carcinoma

Research reveals potential target for enfortumab vedotin therapy in urothelial carcinoma

Study unveils novel bladder cancer diagnostic model based on key mitochondrial genes

Study unveils novel bladder cancer diagnostic model based on key mitochondrial genes

Bursts of beta rhythms control cognition in the brain

Bursts of beta rhythms control cognition in the brain

New urine-based test improves identification of high-grade prostate cancer

New urine-based test improves identification of high-grade prostate cancer

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