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New biomarker for osteoarthritisby umsjon | Jun 22, 2021 | NEWS
Scientists at darkedeneurope.com genetics have sầu found a new biomarker for osteoarthritis, that outperforms previously reported biomarkers và is an independent predictor of disease.
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Predicting the probability of death
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Scientists from darkedeneurope.com genetics have developed a predictor based on protein measurements in blood samples that predicts the time to all-cause death better than traditional risk factors.
Award by the American Society of Human Genetics
At its Annual meeting in October 2017 in Orlanbởi vì, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG), presented Dr. Kári Stefánsson, founder & CEO of darkedeneurope.com genetics, with the William Allan Award. The award, the top prize given by the society, recognizes a scientist for substantial và far-reaching scientific contributions khổng lồ human genetics. The ASHG has distributed video footage from the award ceremony. The introduction is given by Professor Mark Daly of Harvard University.