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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.
Proteomic biomarkers in blood plasma as predictors of dementia in healthy individuals

Proteomic biomarkers in blood plasma as predictors of dementia in healthy individuals

Mad2 expression levels with chromosomal abnormalities can be a biomarker for esophageal cancer

Mad2 expression levels with chromosomal abnormalities can be a biomarker for esophageal cancer

IU researchers develop a breakthrough new blood test for schizophrenia

IU researchers develop a breakthrough new blood test for schizophrenia

New research shows promise for urine-based test to detect ovarian cancer

New research shows promise for urine-based test to detect ovarian cancer

Blood biomarkers in TGF-β pathway identify hidden liver cancer risk

Blood biomarkers in TGF-β pathway identify hidden liver cancer risk

Multi-level network analysis provides integrated view of multiple sclerosis

Multi-level network analysis provides integrated view of multiple sclerosis

Targeting gene-fibroblast interaction offers hope for treatment-resistant colon cancer

Targeting gene-fibroblast interaction offers hope for treatment-resistant colon cancer

Enzyme released by immune cells may play role in depression

Enzyme released by immune cells may play role in depression

Study suggests there may be specific pathways to adolescent depression that begin in the womb

Study suggests there may be specific pathways to adolescent depression that begin in the womb

Immune cell networks key to success of personalized cancer treatment

Immune cell networks key to success of personalized cancer treatment

New research facility at the University of Surrey could soon unlock the secrets of diseases

New research facility at the University of Surrey could soon unlock the secrets of diseases

Long COVID and ME/CFS share isimilarities in immune system dysfunction, study finds

Long COVID and ME/CFS share isimilarities in immune system dysfunction, study finds

New approach offers hope for regaining lost memories in Alzheimer's

New approach offers hope for regaining lost memories in Alzheimer's

Berry consumption shown to lower stress-related disease risk in US adults

Berry consumption shown to lower stress-related disease risk in US adults

OMT could provide a viable, non-drug treatment for migraine headaches

OMT could provide a viable, non-drug treatment for migraine headaches

Cadaveric pituitary-derived growth hormone delivery influences iatrogenic Alzheimer’s Disease

Cadaveric pituitary-derived growth hormone delivery influences iatrogenic Alzheimer’s Disease

Vitamin D deficiency linked to increased dementia risk, supplements may help

Vitamin D deficiency linked to increased dementia risk, supplements may help

XRCC1 shows potential as a prognostic and immunological pan-cancer biomarker

XRCC1 shows potential as a prognostic and immunological pan-cancer biomarker

Primary care providers may be the key to accelerating delivery of emerging Alzheimer's treatments

Primary care providers may be the key to accelerating delivery of emerging Alzheimer's treatments

Study reveals significant health benefits of golden berries in diabetic and obese rats

Study reveals significant health benefits of golden berries in diabetic and obese rats

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