Molecular Biomarkers

Molecular Biomarker is a quantifiable pointer of the seriousness or presence of some disease state. By and large, for most section a biomarker is anything that can be used as a pointer of a particular malady state or some other physiological state of a living thing. DNA marker is the term used to suggest a DNA assortment between individuals that has been seen to be connected with a particular trademark. These differing DNA or hereditary varieties are known as alleles. A hereditary marker is used to recognize individuals or species and to relate gained ailment. It tends to be depicted as an assortment that can be viewed. A hereditary marker is used to recognize attributes and to depict germ plasma.

 

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