Molecular Biomarkers

A biological marker or biomarker is something that can be measured, pointing to the presence of a disease, physiological change, treatment response, or psychological condition. A molecular biomarker is a molecule that can be used in the health management for example glucose levels are used as a biomarker in diabetes management. Non-molecular biomarkers provide medical images (for example, brain images from MRIs can provide information about multiple sclerosis progression.


  • Phenotypic Profiling
  • Genomics
  • Proteomics

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