Promising Biomarker Source for Early Disease Detection
Youhe Gao (Redaktør)
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På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.
Urine is not a human waste but a medical treasure.- Human Urine proteome: a powerful source for clinical research.- Comparison of urinary proteomes among three animal models.- Urimen, a membrane that store urinary components for largescale biomarker study.- Post-translation modifications of human urine.- Application of Peptide Level and Post translational Modifications to Integrative Analyses in Proteomics.- Urinary Protein Biomarker Database 2.0: a literature-curated database for protein biomarkers in urine.- Urine glucose levels are disordered before blood glucose level increase was observed in Zucker diabetic fatty rats.- Cancer Biomarker Discovery in Urine of Walker 256 Tumor-bearing Models.- Candidate Urinary Biomarker Discovery in Gliomas.- Changes in the Urinary Proteome in a Patient-Derived Xenograft (PDX) Nude Mouse Model of Colorectal Tumor.- Urine is an ideal biomarker resource in early detecting neurodegenerative diseases.- Urinary proteome biomarkers for early detection of respiratory diseases.- Application of urine proteome in cardiac diseases biomarker discovery.- Changes of Urinary Proteins in infectious disease models.- The application of urinary proteomics in early detection of digestive diseases.- Serial changes of urinary proteome in animal models of renal diseases.- Effects of extrinsic factors on the urinary proteome.- Exhaled Breath: Another Biomarker Source that Complementary to Urine.- Tears: potential window for monitoring systemic conditions.