Cancer Scenario

Growth biomarkers can be DNA, mRNA, proteins, metabolites, or procedures, for example, apoptosis, angiogenesis or expansion. The markers are created either by the tumor itself or by different tissues, considering the nearness of disease or other related conditions, for example, irritation. Such biomarkers can be found in an assortment of liquids, tissues and cell lines. Biomarkers that support a treatment's cellular or molecular action can detect and measure to develop a personalized anticancer treatment plan.

 

  • Biomarkers, vaccines and pathology
  • Pharmacodynamics & pharmacokinetics
  • Cancer polymeric nanotechnology & drug design
  • Adverse effects of chemotherapy
  • Prognosis of cancer
  • Prognosis of cancer
  • Environmental carcinogenesis
  • Oncology case reports

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