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Biomarkers, Oncology, and Precision Medicine

The identification of biomarkers is becoming more and more important in biomedicine, especially for the clinical practice. This is because biomarkers often contain valuable information about the pathology of the diseases such as cancers. Such information is useful for better … Continue reading

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Skin Disorders, Skinomics and Microarray Studies

The new field of “skinomics” refers to the use of systems biology and “omics” approaches in the studies of the skin and dermatology. For example, high-through put (HTP) methods such as microarrays have been applied to identify biomarkers including transcriptional … Continue reading

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Systems Biomarkers and Skin Diseases

With the development of systems biology, bioinformatics, ‘omics’ studies, more and more discoveries are made in the disorders including cardiovascular diseases and cancer. However, although sometimes ignored, other common illnesses with high incidences including skin diseases also need more assessments … Continue reading

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Systems Biology and Neurodegenerative Diseases

Neurodegenerative diseases (NDs) are complex disorders that affect more than 40 million people globally (Wood et al., 2015). The multifaceted variations in the pathophysiology of the diseases make it difficult for effective therapy or prevention of the disease progression. More … Continue reading

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