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Featured Enzyme Products for Diagnostics Research
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Poster Title: Featured Enzyme Products for Diagnostics Research
Submitted on 29 Dec 2020
Author(s): Creative Enzymes
Affiliations: Creative Enzymes
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Abstract: The abnormality in enzyme metabolism system leads to many metabolic diseases that are related to components of enzyme metabolism system. Enzymes have been widely used in the clinical examination as the preferred markers in various disease states such as myocardial infarction, jaundice, pancreas, cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, etc. They provide insight through the ability of diagnosis, prognosis, and assessment of response therapy.
Summary: The abnormality in enzyme metabolism system leads to many metabolic diseases that are related to components of enzyme metabolism system. Enzymes have been widely used in the clinical examination as the preferred markers in various disease states such as myocardial infarction, jaundice, pancreas, cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, etc. They provide insight through the ability of diagnosis, prognosis, and assessment of response therapy.
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