Histological Biomarker

Histological Biomarkers is defined as a biochemical or molecular alteration in cells, tissues or fluids that can be measured and evaluated to indicate normal biological processes, pathogenic processes, or pharmacological responses to a therapeutic intervention. Histological Biomarkers have the application of diagnosis and understanding the different levels of anatomical regions such as cell, tissue and organism. In addition, the biomarkers  at tissue  level such  as histological alterations in different  organs give valuable information.

 

Molecular histopathology using in-situ hybridization (ISH) techniques also provides additional information influencing prognosis and treatment in breast cancer and other cancers.

  • Biomarker in cell diagnosis
  • Protein Phosphorylation Biomarkers
  • Histopathological Biomarker
  • Blood and Tissue Biomarker
  • Stem cell Biomarker
  • Immuno-histological Biomarker

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