Keyword: biological-marker

What exactly is a biomarker, and why is it so essential?

The definition of a biomarker (or biological marker) is a biological substance produced by an organism in response to a disease state, that can be detected by any laboratory or imaging technique thus allowing an assessment of the disease presence and/or progression. As an example, the detection of antibodies against the enzyme tissue transglutaminase (the… Read more »

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