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Biomarkers: Discovery Techniques and Applications - A Global Market Overview
Date:11/14/2013

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1.1.3.2 Neurological Disorder Biomarkers

1.1.3.3 Cancer Biomarkers

1.1.3.3.1 Cancer Biomarkers Defined

1.1.3.3.2 Functions of Biomarkers in Cancer Medicine

1.1.3.3.3 Functions of Biomarkers in Cancer Research

1.1.3.3.4 Categories of Cancer Markers

1.1.3.4 Other Therapeutic Areas for Biomarkers

1.1.3.4.1 Biomarkers of Diabetes

1.1.3.4.2 Biomarkers of Aging

2. KEY MARKET TRENDS

Detection of Cancer Biomarkers in Chemical Plume over Urine Samples Enabled by Mass SpectrometryIdentification of Early Stage Kidney Cancer Could be Facilitated through a Triumvirate of BiomarkersCancer Biomarker Detection Using Carbon-Nanotube SensorsDevelopment of Barrett's Esophagus to Esophageal Adenocarcinoma Predicted through Novel BiomarkersMetastatic Breast Cancer Detected by Circulating Tumor DNANew Biomarker for Bone Marrow Cancer IdentifiedDetecting Breast Cancer Early and Monitoring Therapy with Blood TestsIdentification of Neuroblastomas with Sensitivity to BET Bromodomain Inhibitors Enabled through BiomarkerEarlier Diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease Enabled through Blood-Based BiomarkersDetection of Gliomas to be Assisted with a New BiomarkerNew Biomarkers for Multiple SclerosisDeveloping Novel Therapies for Diabetes Facilitated with New BiomarkersTrends in Approval for IVDs Based on BiomarkersDeveloping Genomic Biomarkers Facilitated through Innovative Tissue SamplesProspects of Enabling Earlier Cancer Diagnosis Offered by Innovative TechnologyPossibilities for Cancer Therapy and Diagnosis Opened Up through MicroRNAsInnovative MRI Technique Assists in Diagnosing Dementia PatientsPreventive Molecular Medicine and Metabolic BiomarkersPredicting Cardiac Damage Induced Via Chemotherapy Earlier Facilitated by BiomarkersPromising Proteomic Techniques in Biomarker Research for Prostate Cancer BiomarkersTechnology Innovation for Identifying Ulcerative Colitis BiomarkersSuccess Rate of Clinical Trial
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