Women in Science: Bushra Ateeq on identifying biomarkers for prostate cancer, improving lives of patients
Bushra Ateeq is perturbed that very little is known about mutations and alterations carried by people within the Indian subcontinent. This is the scenario that her team wants to change.
Sarcopenia is one of the major age-related processes and involves the loss of skeletal muscles and its function.
Researchers have developed a biosensor that uses a chemical stimulant to produce sweat even when the patient is relaxed and cool.
Scientists have identified potential biomarkers in the urine of pregnant women that could lead to a non-invasive testing for those with a serious and complex multi-system disorder called preeclampsia.
This is the first time that cancer-specific blood markers have been comprehensively reviewed and identified for further clinical development.
It is possible to assess dietary compliance from a blood sample, showed the findings of a study.