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Analysis of Non-Blood Body Fluids

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The best fluids for mining disease biomarkers are closest to the site of pathology. For example, rather than serum or plasma, urine is a better fluid to in patients with urinary tract diseases, and stool may be a preferred material to examine in a subject with gastrointestinal disease.

Watch this webinar to learn about: 

  • The assessment of non-blood body fluid proteomes
  • Testing urine, cerebrospinal fluid and stool samples
  • Emerging approaches that could shed insights on disease pathways and mechanisms
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Chandra Mohan
Adjunct Professor, Rheumatology and Clinical Immunogenetics