Bioimaging Techniques and Biomarkers, Biosimilars

Bioimaging is a field of biomedicine and bioengineering that includes the advancement and utilization of imaging technologies and computational software tools in the production of pharmaceutical specimens. Biomarkers is a biological molecule detected in blood or other body fluids, or tissues is a sign of a common or unusual process, or a condition or disease. A biomarker will be used to examine wherewith the body reacts for the medication for a disease or condition. A biosimilar drug has a structure that is similar but not exactly the same, as a brand name biologic drug that already approved Like Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Subclinical manifestation, DNA sequence, Functional imaging, Ultrasound imaging, Clinical trails, Computed tomography, Positron emission tomography (PET), Bio imaging techniques.

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