Circulating cells as predictors of secondary manifestations of cardiovascular disease: design of the CIRCULATING CELLS study

@article{Hoefer2013CirculatingCA,
  title={Circulating cells as predictors of secondary manifestations of cardiovascular disease: design of the CIRCULATING CELLS study},
  author={Imo E. Hoefer and J. W. E. M. Sels and Jan Wouter Jukema and Sandrin C. Bergheanu and Erik A. L. Biessen and Elizabeth A. McClellan and Mat J.A.P Daemen and Pieter A. F. M. Doevendans and Philip G. de Groot and Marieke A. K. Hillaert and Sebastiaan Horsman and Mustafa Ilhan and J. J. W. Kuiper and Nico H. J. Pijls and K Ken Redekop and Peter J. van der Spek and Andrew Stubbs and Eric van de Veer and Johannes Waltenberger and Anton-Jan van Zonneveld and G. Pasterkamp},
  journal={Clinical Research in Cardiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={102},
  pages={847-856}
}
Biomarkers for primary or secondary risk prediction of cardiovascular disease (CVD) are urgently needed to improve individual treatment and clinical trial design. The vast majority of biomarker discovery studies has concentrated on plasma/serum as an easily accessible source. Although numerous markers have been identified, their added predictive value on top of traditional risk factors has been limited, as the biological specimen does not specifically reflect expression profiles related with… CONTINUE READING

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