Biomarkers Research

Biomarkers are key molecular or cellular events which link a specific environmental exposure to a health outcome. Biomarkers play an important role in understanding the relationships between exposure to environmental chemicals, the development of chronic human diseases and the identification of sub-groups that are at increased risk of the particular disease. A biomarker is an appropriate tool which can be equitably measured and can act as an indicator for physiological as well as pathological progress or pharmacological response to any therapeutic intervention. Classical biomarkers detect quantitative alteration in blood pressure; blood lactate levels post exercises, and blood glucose in diabetes mellitus. A biomarker, or bio indicator, for the most part alludes to a quantifiable pointer of some organic state or condition. The term is additionally infrequently used to allude to a substance the nearness of which demonstrates the presence of a living being. Environmental Assessment also carried out in the natural or synthetic form as bio-monitoring. Encourage, life structures, life events for Interim analysis. Biomarkers are regularly measured and assessed to look at ordinary natural procedures, pathogenic procedures, or pharmacologic reactions to a restorative mediation.

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