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Biomarkers in human disease

Prof Christian Baumgartner, Dr. William CS Cho, Prof Armin Graber, Dr Gregory Lewis, Gerald Lushington, Mr Pablo Moscato

  1. Detection of brain lesions disseminated in space and time by magnetic resonance imaging remains a cornerstone for the diagnosis of clinically definite multiple sclerosis. We have sought to determine if gene ex...

    Authors: John T Tossberg, Philip S Crooke, Melodie A Henderson, Subramaniam Sriram, Davit Mrelashvili, Saskia Vosslamber, Cor L Verweij, Nancy J Olsen and Thomas M Aune
    Citation: Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics 2013 3:18
  2. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a relatively common manifestation of systemic atherosclerosis that leads to progressive narrowing of the lumen of leg arteries. Circulating monocytes are in contact with th...

    Authors: Rizwan Masud, Khader Shameer, Aparna Dhar, Keyue Ding and Iftikhar J Kullo
    Citation: Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics 2012 2:6
  3. High blood glucose and diabetes are amongst the conditions causing the greatest losses in years of healthy life worldwide. Therefore, numerous studies aim to identify reliable risk markers for development of i...

    Authors: Manuela Hische, Abdelhalim Larhlimi, Franziska Schwarz, Antje Fischer-Rosinsk√Ĺ, Thomas Bobbert, Anke Assmann, Gareth S Catchpole, Andreas FH Pfeiffer, Lothar Willmitzer, Joachim Selbig and Joachim Spranger
    Citation: Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics 2012 2:3
  4. In metabolomics, biomarker discovery is a highly data driven process and requires sophisticated computational methods for the search and prioritization of novel and unforeseen biomarkers in data, typically gat...

    Authors: Michael Netzer, Klaus M Weinberger, Michael Handler, Michael Seger, Xiaocong Fang, Karl G Kugler, Armin Graber and Christian Baumgartner
    Citation: Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics 2011 1:34