Challenges in planning and conducting diagnostic studies with molecular biomarkers

  title={Challenges in planning and conducting diagnostic studies with molecular biomarkers},
  author={molekularen Biomarkern},
  • molekularen Biomarkern
  • Published 2013
Introduction ▼ Biomarkers are currently a topic of intense research in science and medicine. However, biological markers have been used for thousands of years. Already in the ancient world, physicians used biomarkers for diagnosis. Probably the most well-known example is the examination of urine, which was described by Galen in the second century. In the Middle Ages, uroscopy was considered an almost infallible diagnostic tool for almost all diseases. Some of these indicators are still in use… CONTINUE READING


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