A biomarker is a substance used as an indicator of biological state. Oncology biomarkers actually make their way into routine clinical use. These can be detected and measured in parts of the body like blood or tissue. Biomarkers can be specific cells, molecules, or genes, gene products, enzymes, or hormones.
In the recent years, knowledge about cancer biomarkers has increased tremendously providing great opportunities for improving the management of cancer patients by enhancing the efficiency of detection and efficacy of treatment. Recent technological advancement has enabled the examination of many potential biomarkers and renewed interest in developing new biomarkers.
Related Journals of Biomarkers in Oncology
Cell Biology: Research & Therapy, Cell Science & Therapy, Molecular and Genetic Medicine , Biochemistry & Molecular biology journal, Clinical Toxicology, Gynecologic Oncology, Clinical Toxicology, Gynecologic Oncology Reports, Head and Neck Oncology, Hematological Oncology, Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Therapy.