Oxidatively-modified superoxide dismutase (SOD) as asthma biomarkers
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#1 Jul 14, 2011
This recent US patent application (#20110165594) from Cleveland Clinic Foundation describes a method of diagnosing asthma by assaying for elevated levels of one or more oxidatively-modified superoxide dismutase (SOD) species selected from extracellular (EC)-SOD, CuZn SOD, and MnSOD in blood, serum, or plasma. The presence of elevated levels of said one or more oxidatively-modified SOD species in the test sample as compared to levels of the one or more oxidatively-modified SOD species in a control sample indicates that the subject is at risk of having asthma. News link: http://www.sciclips.com/sciclips/biomarker-ne...
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