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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.
Genetic test for familial Dilated Cardiomyopathy launched by PGxHealth

Genetic test for familial Dilated Cardiomyopathy launched by PGxHealth

Genta announces Phase 3 trial results of Genasense

Genta announces Phase 3 trial results of Genasense

Potential of the European Biomarker Analysis Market to be the focus at upcoming Analyst Briefing

Potential of the European Biomarker Analysis Market to be the focus at upcoming Analyst Briefing

Positive results from Lexicon Pharmaceuticals' LX1031 Phase 2 study for IBS

Positive results from Lexicon Pharmaceuticals' LX1031 Phase 2 study for IBS

Mouth: A diagnostic indicator for general health

Mouth: A diagnostic indicator for general health

Cequent Pharmaceuticals proposes the first test of an orally administered RNA interference drug in humans

Cequent Pharmaceuticals proposes the first test of an orally administered RNA interference drug in humans

Predictive power of Champions Biotechnology's Biomerk Tumorgraft platform to be presented

Predictive power of Champions Biotechnology's Biomerk Tumorgraft platform to be presented

New Cat B 750 FAST imaging agent launched by VisEn Medical

New Cat B 750 FAST imaging agent launched by VisEn Medical

USPTO issues patent number to Vermillion's biomarkers for detecting ovarian cancer

USPTO issues patent number to Vermillion's biomarkers for detecting ovarian cancer

Stapled Peptides directly inhibit the Notch transcription factor complex

Stapled Peptides directly inhibit the Notch transcription factor complex

Millennium Laboratories announces new clinical quantitative assay and drug screening tests for healthcare

Millennium Laboratories announces new clinical quantitative assay and drug screening tests for healthcare

Stapled Peptides can inhibit key intracellular biological targets, says new research

Stapled Peptides can inhibit key intracellular biological targets, says new research

NMO patients are misdiagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, says Mayo Clinic neurologist

NMO patients are misdiagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, says Mayo Clinic neurologist

Bend Memorial Clinic to begin Phase III lung cancer trial

Bend Memorial Clinic to begin Phase III lung cancer trial

GeneNews discloses financial results for third-quarter 2009

GeneNews discloses financial results for third-quarter 2009

Duke University, Jubilant Organosys sign letter of intent for drug development partnership

Duke University, Jubilant Organosys sign letter of intent for drug development partnership

Children with autism have slower pupil responses to light change: Study

Children with autism have slower pupil responses to light change: Study

Despite economic slowdown, Central and Eastern European countries still represent an attractive healthcare market

Despite economic slowdown, Central and Eastern European countries still represent an attractive healthcare market

OriGene Technologies' over-expression lysates adopted for Human Protein Atlas project

OriGene Technologies' over-expression lysates adopted for Human Protein Atlas project

Compugen discovers new biomarker for predisposition to type 2 diabetes using its GeneVa platform

Compugen discovers new biomarker for predisposition to type 2 diabetes using its GeneVa platform