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Translational Medicine and Drug Discovery

Recent development in translational medicine provides a connection between basic scientific studies and clinical practice. Such an initiative may support the patient-centered objectives in both research and clinical environments. It may also improve the drug discovery procedure by allowing for … Continue reading

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Stress, Depression, and Serum Enzyme Activities

Depression has been associated with the activities of many enzymes, including the serum creatine kinase (CK) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) (Kato et al., 2014). Such changes may occur even in healthy people under stress with certain depressive symptoms. In a … Continue reading

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Systems medicine, P4 medicine, and an integrative “Human Model”

Conventional practice in Western medicine focuses on doctors’ “reactive” interventions in response to the occurrence of diseases. With the advancement of genomics, proteomics, and various high efficient “omics” technologies, the multidimensional networks of the human body can be investigated for … Continue reading

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