Diagnostic Biochemistry

Diagnosis of medical biochemistry activity plays a significant role in the Primary Health Care Center (PHCC), dominated by Family medicine and diagnostic services. Medical biochemical diagnosis has a visible place at all levels of health care, which shows the number of requests for laboratory diagnosis, number and type of required laboratory tests. There is an ever-increasing demand for improved diagnostics to support the clinicians in patient evaluation and treatment. The research in the field of clinical biochemistry has expanded, over a period, beyond traditional narrow perceptions of the discipline and evolved as a multidisciplinary activity. This is well reflected in diagnostic science and diagnostic technologies. Availability of human genome sequence and recent advances in biotechnology enabled the molecular profiling of human cells and tissues. Human diseases are better understood opening the scope for development of innovative and specific target based diagnostics.

  • Biomedical Electronics and Medical Imaging
  • Biomarkers and In-vitro Diagnostic
  • Pathogen Image Analysis and Diagnosis
  • Clinical molecular biology
  • Molecular Diagnostics companies and Marketing
  • Molecular Diagnostics Business Oppourtunities

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