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 Subject :Diagnostic and prognostic biomarker database launched.. 2011-03-24 20:12:55 
Tonny Johnson
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We have launched a unique biomarker database that contains more than 29,000 unique biomarkers (for more than 1800 human diseases), which are manually extracted from patent publications and PubMed abstracts.  This database contains biomarkers of diverse nature such as:
1) Drug efficacy/response biomarkers (7708 unique biomarkers)
2) Disease risk assessment and predictive biomarkers (10,375 unique biomarkers)
3) Protein/peptide/antibody biomarkers (7279 unique biomarkers)
4) Molecular diagnostic biomarkers, including gene/gene expression biomarkers, polymporphisms/SNP biomarkers (including linkage disequilibrium biomarkers) (7206 unique biomarkers)
5) Metabolomic biomarkers (811 unique biomarkers)
6) MicroRNA (miRNA) biomarkers (935 unique biomarkers)
7) Epigenetic biomarkers (700 unique biomarkers)

Please follow this link to access our database: 
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