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1971 3
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1974 8
1975 6
1976 2
1977 4
1978 9
1979 18
1980 14
1981 18
1982 12
1983 8
1984 13
1985 7
1986 19
1987 93
1988 244
1989 395
1990 477
1991 419
1992 484
1993 597
1994 677
1995 726
1996 811
1997 904
1998 887
1999 1025
2000 992
2001 950
2002 980
2003 1167
2004 1226
2005 1491
2006 1487
2007 1708
2008 1930
2009 2044
2010 2353
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Blood biomarkers in psychiatry.
The Lancet Psychiatry . Lancet Psychiatry 2016. PMID 27475757
Blood biomarkers of Hikikomori, a severe social withdrawal syndrome.
Hayakawa K, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29440704 Free PMC article.
Next, we recruited actual individuals with hikikomori, and compared avoidant personality traits, blood biomarkers, and psychological features between individuals with hikikomori and age-matched healthy controls. ...This is the first report showing possible blood biomarkers for hikikomori, and opens the door to clarify the underlying biological pathophysiology of hikikomori....
Next, we recruited actual individuals with hikikomori, and compared avoidant personality traits, blood biomarkers, and psychol …
The Use of Biomarkers in Sepsis: A Systematic Review.
Giannakopoulos K, et al. Curr Pharm Biotechnol 2017 - Review. PMID 28571560
RESULTS: Although many biomarkers were evaluated for the diagnosis and prognosis in sepsis, until now not one has been proven to be absolutely reliable in the clinical field. ...CONCLUSION: This review outlines most relevant circulating biomarkers in sepsis....
RESULTS: Although many biomarkers were evaluated for the diagnosis and prognosis in sepsis, until now not one has been proven to be a …
Guidelines on the management of abnormal liver blood tests.
Newsome PN, et al. Gut 2018. PMID 29122851 Free PMC article.
These guidelines deal specifically with the management of abnormal liver blood tests in children and adults in both primary and secondary care under the following subheadings: (1) What constitutes an abnormal liver blood test? (2) What constitutes a standard liver blood test panel? (3) When should liver blood tests be checked? (4) Does the extent and duration of abnormal liver blood tests determine subsequent investigation? ...
These guidelines deal specifically with the management of abnormal liver blood tests in children and adults in both primary and secon …
Differential blood-based biomarkers of psychopathological dimensions of schizophrenia.
Garcia-Alvarez L, et al. Rev Psiquiatr Salud Ment 2016 - Review. PMID 27291830
The purpose of this study is to provide a review of the current status of blood-based biomarkers of psychopathological dimensions of schizophrenia. ...The identification of these biomarkers could contribute to the diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia....
The purpose of this study is to provide a review of the current status of blood-based biomarkers of psychopathological dimensi …
Novel biomarkers for sepsis: A narrative review.
Larsen FF and Petersen JA. Eur J Intern Med 2017 - Review. PMID 28965741
RESULTS: A number of the most promising biomarkers for diagnoses and prognostication of sepsis are presented. CONCLUSION: Procalcitonin, presepsin, CD64, suPAR, and sTREM-1 are the best evaluated biomarkers for diagnosis and prognostication of sepsis to date. ...It is important to test utility, performance, and validity of future biomarkers before implementing them in routine clinical care....
RESULTS: A number of the most promising biomarkers for diagnoses and prognostication of sepsis are presented. CONCLUSION: Procalciton …
Corrected whole blood biomarkers - the equation of Dill and Costill revisited.
Matomäki P, et al. Physiol Rep 2018. PMID 29939499 Free PMC article.
Although this works well with plasma and serum biomarkers, we argue in this note that this traditional approach gives misleading results in the context of whole blood biomarkers, such as lactate, white cells, and thrombocytes. In this study, we demonstrate that to calculate the change in the total amount of circulating whole blood biomarker, one should utilize a formula [Formula: see text] Here Hb and BM are, respectively, the concentrations for the hemoglobin and for the inspected whole blood biomarker before (pre) and after (post) the plasma changing incident....
Although this works well with plasma and serum biomarkers, we argue in this note that this traditional approach gives misleading resu …
High-accuracy determination of internal circadian time from a single blood sample.
Wittenbrink N, et al. J Clin Invest 2018. PMID 29953415 Free PMC article.
METHODS: To establish a validated test, we followed a 3-stage biomarker development strategy: (a) using circadian transcriptomics of blood monocytes from 12 individuals in a constant routine protocol combined with machine learning approaches, we identified biomarkers for internal time; and these biomarkers (b) were migrated to a clinically relevant gene expression profiling platform (NanoString) and (c) were externally validated using an independent study with 28 early or late chronotypes. ...Our assay needs only a small set of blood-based transcript biomarkers and is as accurate as the current gold standard method, dim-light melatonin onset, at smaller monetary, time, and sample-number cost. ...
METHODS: To establish a validated test, we followed a 3-stage biomarker development strategy: (a) using circadian transcriptomics of bloo
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Zhang L. Prog Mol Biol Transl Sci 2019. PMID 30905467
Biochemical markers of muscular damage
Brancaccio P, et al. Clin Chem Lab Med 2010 - Review. PMID 20518645
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