disease marker

disease marker

A substance or measurable parameter that can be used to identify the presence of a condition (e.g., markedly elevated PSA levels in an asymptomatic older male) or assess the status of known disease (e.g., haemoglobin A1c for a diabetic).
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The findings of present study could be replicated in a bigger multiracial study cohort to identify ethnicity specific disease marker for timely diagnosis, management, and treatment of disease.
The women underwent brachial artery ultrasound to assess brachial artery flow-mediated dilation (FMD), a preclinical disease marker that has been linked to clinical outcomes.
The biosensors are based on optical detection of a change in spectral response of the nanostructures upon binding a disease marker.
The use of a disease marker, levels of HIV RNA in patients' blood, played a key role in the development of the current highly effective therapies for AIDS that have made a vast difference in the survival and quality of life of HIV-infected individuals", said William E.
Koroshetz suggests that the long-sought Huntington's disease gene may encode a mitochondrial protein, but he cautions that no gene involved in energy production has yet been discovered near the Huntington's disease marker on chromosome 4.
Tenders are invited for Qualified bidders to perform various infectious disease marker testing for maternal blood.
Suny Upstate Medical University Is Seeking Proposals From Qualified Bidders To Perform Various Infectious Disease Marker Testing For Maternal Blood For Upstate%s New Cord Blood Bank, As Specifically Described In Ifb #-1152.
In addition, Specialty will have exclusive rights to provide in-house testing services based on any disease marker profiles found.
But if you have a disease marker not affected by a dopaminergic therapy, then you would be able to test neuroprotective agents among smaller groups," he said.
Kinnula and colleagues point out that until now, no disease marker for COPD currently exists, despite extensive efforts by scientists to find one.
The study found that cardiovascular disease markers, diabetes, chronic kidney disease markers, pulmonary disease, and gouty arthritis marker were individually associated with risk of developing cancer or cancer death.

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