Diagnostic Biomarkers

 A diagnostic biomarker denotes to a biological constraint that helps the diagnosis and analysis of a disease by severely determining the disease progression in the success of treatment and therapy. The genetical, radiological, anatomical, physiological and other finding that assists in discriminating one disease from others. World Health Organization in organization with the United Nations and the International Labor Organization has demarcated biomarker as a material, edifice or a process that can be restrained in the body and impact or predict the occurrence of result or disease in 2001. Biomarkers are features that are precisely restrained and estimated as gages of normal biological processes, pathogenic processes, or pharmacologic responses to therapeutic interference.  

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