Personalized Medicine In Proteomics

Personalized medicine is a medical procedure that separates into different groups with medical decisions, practices, interventions and/or products being tailored to the individuals based on their predicted response or risk of disease. While the tailoring of treatment to patients dates back at least to the time of Hippocrates, the term has risen in usage in recent years given the growth of new diagnostic and informatics approaches that provide understanding of the molecular basis of disease, particularly genomics. This provides a clear evidence base on which to stratify (group) related patients.

 

 

proteomics develops innovative technologies for clinical diagnostics in the field of personalized medicine, which should enable the customization of healthcare, tailored to the individual patient using molecular analysis and employing accurate measurements of parameters like proteins from cells or body fluids like blood plasma and urine.

  • Pharmacoproteomics and precision medicine
  • Clinical applications of precision medicine
  • Precision medicine for mental disorders
  • Advanced biomarkers for precision medicine
  • Biomarker analytics for translational research
  • Molecular biological profiling

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