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The institution of detailed and trustworthy biomarker assessments for the early levels of heart problems is of significant value and will be the cornerstone within the prevention of destiny heart problems (CVD). moreover, a few biomarkers could provide very important info about the pathogenesis of CVD or seem to be valuable in chance stratification, in CVD prognosis, or in tracking remedy; many others may be danger components themselves, representing for this reason capability pursuits of treatment. the precise biomarker must have the next features: hugely delicate, particular, reliable. Read more...
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