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Molecular Medicine Congress

03 Sep 2013 - 04 Sep 2013 - Frankfurt, Germany



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There is lots of excitement in this field regarding the creation and development of new tools for improving the detection, diagnosis and treatment of diseases at the molecular level. This conference will discuss the expression patterns from both the genome and proteins, and use them to differentiate between what is normal and abnormal. There will be particular focus on point-of-care diagnostics, predictive biomarkers and their discovery and detection. Additionally, the cutting-edge subjects of circulating tumour cells and diagnostic applications of exosomes will be explored, giving delegates a brilliant insight into this rapidly expanding field.

Molecular Medicine Congress will provide the latest novel applications in molecular mechanisms and therapeutic developments. It will also offer new ideas and approaches for research and offer the opportunity for scientists to collaborate with the experts in this field. Our panel of distinguished speakers will present their recent discoveries and most updated scientific information, which will make for a very exciting and rewarding conference to attend.

Our Molecular Medicine Congress 2013 is an international event being hosted in beautiful city of Frankfurt, Germany. Tracks at this event are, Diagnostic Applications of Next Gen Sequencing and Biomarkers and Applications of Exosomes. Registered delegates will have unrestricted access to both meetings ensuring a comprehensive learning and sharing experience as well as being financially beneficial for attendees.



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