Cancer Biomarkers

Biomarkers are particles that show typical or strange process occurring in your body and might be an indication of a hidden condition or ailment. Different kinds of the molecule, for example, DNA (genes), proteins or hormones, can serve as biomarkers since they all demonstrate something about your Health. Biomarkers might be created by the cancer tissue itself or by different cells in the body in the response to cancer. They can be found in the blood, stool, pee, tumor tissue, or different tissues or organic liquids. Notably, biomarkers are not limited to cancer. There are biomarkers for heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and many other sicknesses.

A Cancer biomarker defines as a substance or process that is demonstrating the presence of cancer in the body. A biomarker might be a molecule emitted by a tumor or a particular reaction of the body to the presence of cancer. Hereditary, epigenetic, proteomic, glycomic and imaging biomarkers can be utilized for cancer diagnosis, visualization, detection, and the study of disease transmission. Ideally, such biomarkers can be measured in non-invasively collected bio-fluids like blood or serum.

  • Proteomic platforms for biomarkers discovery
  • Mitochondrial DNA in early cancer diagnosis and screening
  • Molecular cancer biomarkers
  • Prognosis and treatment predictions
  • Molecular cancer biomarkers

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