Diabetes Biomarkers

A gene, molecule, or innate characteristic that aids in diagnosing disease is known as a molecular biomarker. HbA1c is regarded as a biomarker for diabetes that can be used to detect retinopathy, vascular disease, and nephropathy risk factors. These serve as prophylactic actions while the condition is subclinical. A quicker and more thorough understanding of the pathological process of diabetes can be achieved with the right use of the biomarker in the development of anti-diabetic medications.

  • Molecular biomarker
  • Retinopathy
  • Nephropathy risk factors

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