Pathological Biomarkers in Precision Medicine

A special issue of Biomedicines (ISSN 2227-9059). This special issue belongs to the section "Cell Biology and Pathology".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2024 | Viewed by 711

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Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, USA
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In the dynamic landscape of precision medicine, this Special Issue seeks to comprehensively explore pathological biomarkers via multifaceted methods. The identification and validation of pathological biomarkers have emerged as critical components in tailoring therapeutic interventions for individual patients. This Special Issue invites contributions spanning a broad spectrum of research areas, including but not limited to the following:

  • Biomarker Discovery and Validation: Research focusing on the identification, validation, and clinical translation of pathological biomarkers for various diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, and infectious diseases.
  • Digital Biomarkers: Advancements in the identification and application of digital biomarkers, leveraging technologies for precise diagnostics and tailored therapeutic approaches.
  • Omics Data Integration: Innovations in integrating multi-omics data (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, and phenomics) and clinical data for a holistic understanding of disease mechanisms and personalized treatment strategies.
  • Digital Imaging Technologies: Advancements in medical imaging technologies, including radiomics, functional imaging, molecular imaging, computational pathology, and their role in refining diagnostics and biomarker detection.

We welcome original research articles and review papers that contribute to the deeper understanding of the importance of exploring more pathological biomarkers, with the ultimate goal of advancing precision medicine and improving patient outcomes.

Prof. Dr. Ovidiu Constantin Baltatu
Dr. Mirela A. Dobre
Dr. Tudor Groza
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Keywords

  • pathological biomarkers
  • precision medicine
  • artificial intelligence
  • medical imaging
  • omics data analysis
  • personalized medicine
  • biomarker discovery
  • digital pathology

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Evaluation of PAGE-B Score for Hepatocellular Carcinoma Development in Chronic Hepatitis B Patients: Reliability, Validity, and Responsiveness
by Evanthia Tourkochristou, Maria Kalafateli, Christos Triantos and Ioanna Aggeletopoulou
Biomedicines 2024, 12(6), 1260; https://doi.org/10.3390/biomedicines12061260 - 5 Jun 2024
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Abstract: Chronic hepatitis B (CHB) constitutes a major global public health issue, affecting millions of individuals. Despite the implementation of robust vaccination programs, the hepatitis B virus (HBV) significantly influences morbidity and mortality rates. CHB emerges as one of the leading causes of [...] Read more.
Abstract: Chronic hepatitis B (CHB) constitutes a major global public health issue, affecting millions of individuals. Despite the implementation of robust vaccination programs, the hepatitis B virus (HBV) significantly influences morbidity and mortality rates. CHB emerges as one of the leading causes of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), introducing a major challenge in the effective management of CHB patients. Therefore, it is of utmost clinical importance to diligently monitor individuals with CHB who are at high risk of HCC development. While various prognostic scores have been developed for surveillance and screening purposes, their accuracy in predicting HCC risk may be limited, particularly in patients under treatment with nucleos(t)ide analogues. The PAGE-B model, incorporating age, gender, and platelet count, has exhibited remarkable accuracy, validity, and reliability in predicting HCC occurrence among CHB patients receiving HBV treatment. Its predictive performance stands out, whether considered independently or in comparison to alternative HCC risk scoring systems. Furthermore, the introduction of targeted adjustments to the calculation of the PAGE-B score might have the potential to further improve its predictive accuracy. This review aims to evaluate the efficacy of the PAGE-B score as a dependable tool for accurate prediction of the development of HCC in CHB patients. The evidence discussed aims to provide valuable insights for guiding recommendations on HCC surveillance within this specific population. Full article
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