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Systems Biology and Biomarkers in Neuropsychiatry

Neuropsychiatric (NP) disorders such as autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are the leading causes of disability around the world. However, because of their complexity, the etiology and pathophysiology of NP diseases are still mostly unknown. Such complexity may be caused by … Continue reading

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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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Systems Biology and Subnetworks in Breast Cancer

As a complex disease with heterogeneous factors involved, breast cancer have various subtypes with distinct therapeutic response patterns and outcomes (Yersal and Barutca, 2014). Conventional classification systems of breast cancer have limitations in describing such features. In order to achieve … Continue reading

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The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – fMRI Biomarkers

The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – fMRI Biomarkers •    Potential Biomarkers: Activation patterns: “greater and more sustained signals in three regions: BA24 (dorsal anterior cingulate), BA31 (posterior cingulate), and BA6 (prefrontal cortex)” Potential Applications: Diagnostic biomarkers in late-life anxious depression … Continue reading

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The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – EEG Biomarkers

The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – EEG Biomarkers •    Potential Biomarkers: “Midline and right frontal (MRF) cortical area,  early decreases in theta-band cordance” Potential Applications: Predictive biomarker of remission in major depressive disorder (MDD) References: Cook IA, Hunter AM, Abrams … Continue reading

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The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – Proteomic and Pathway Biomarkers

The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – Proteomic and Pathway Biomarkers •    Potential Biomarkers: The tryptophan-kynurenine pathway Detections: Increased indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase activity Potential Applications: Diagnostic biomarkers References: Christmas DM, Potokar J, Davies SJ. A biological pathway linking inflammation and depression: activation … Continue reading

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The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – Epigenetic Biomarkers

The Database of Biomarkers: Depression – Epigenetic Biomarkers •    Potential Biomarkers: “DNA methylation profiles of CpG I at the promoters of the brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF)” Potential Applications: Diagnostic biomarker References: Fuchikami M, Morinobu S, Segawa M, Okamoto Y, Yamawaki … Continue reading

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Systems biology strategies are useful for biomarker identification in traumatic brain injury (TBI)

The identification of biomarkers may have a significant influence on patient care. Biomarkers may be used for better diagnosis, disease profiling, research design, and drug target discovery. For instance, biomarkers have been considered to be critical in the management of … Continue reading

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Molecular diagnostics technologies and systems medicine for individualized treatment

The advancement of genomic and other “omics” technologies has made significant contribution to the development of molecular medicine, including the understanding of cell structure and function, as well as epigenetic variability and functional changes. Such understanding would be useful for … Continue reading

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