TAmiRNA Senior Scientist Teresa Lara Krammer will attend MEDICA Düsseldorf next week to speak about “thrombomiRs - circulating microRNAs as novel platelet activation markers?”. Reach out to Teresa directly to meet with her before or after her presentation on Tuesday, Nov. 14th at 14:50, Halle1/G37 and discuss our latest developments and how TAmiRNA’s products and services can assist your business!
- Plasma levels of platelet-enriched microRNAs change during antiplatelet therapy in healthy subjectsbiomarkers, diagnose disease, extracellular vesicle, microRNA, platelet-associated miRNAs, smallRNA, thrombomiR, treatment monitoring
We want to draw your attention to our most recent publication where we investigated platelet-enriched miRNAs (thrombomiRs) as suitable candidates for monitoring antiplatelet therapy. The study provides evidence that thrombomiRs are promising biomarker candidates for monitoring the extent of platelet inhibition. This could enable stratification of patients depending on their response to antiplatelet therapy and guide treatment decisions. click here to read the paper
- microRNAs as Promising Biomarkers of Platelet Activity in Antiplatelet Therapy Monitoringbiomarker, biomarkers, microRNA, microRNAs, Personalized medicine, platelet activation, platelet-associated miRNAs, thrombomiR
We want to draw your attention to the latest review of TAmiRNA and the King's College London, in Cardiovascular Diabetology. "microRNAs as Promising Biomarkers of Platelet Activity in Antiplatelet Therapy Monitoring." Krammer TL, Mayr M & Hackl M. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2020, 21(10), 3477; doi.org/10.3390/ijms21103477 In this review, we explain the secretion of miRNAs upon platelet activation and discuss the potential use of platelet-related miRNAs as biomarkers for CVD and antiplatelet therapy monitoring, but also highlight remaining gaps in our knowledge and uncertainties regarding clinical utility. click here to read the story
- New evidence for the clinical utility of platelet microRNA biomarkers for monitoring treatment response
New evidence for the clinical utility of platelet microRNA biomarkers for monitoring treatment responsebiomarker, biomarkers, clopidogrel, diabetes, microRNAs, Personalized medicine, platelet activation, platelet-associated miRNAs, thrombomiR, type 2 diabetes mellitus
New evidence for the clinical utility of platelet microRNA biomarkers for monitoring treatment response
We want to draw your attention to the latest publication of the King's College London, in Cardiovascular Diabetology. The research team provides new evidence for the clinical utility of platelet microRNA biomarkers for monitoring treatment response in type-2 diabetics with cardiovascular disease. "Aspirin, clopidogrel and prasugrel monotherapy in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a double-blind randomised controlled trial of the effects on thrombotic markers and microRNA levels." Parker WAE, Schulte C, Bawari T, et al. Cardiovasc Diabetol. 2020 Jan 7;19(1):3. doi: 10.1186/s12933-019-0981-3. click here to read the story
TAmiRNA and advanceCOR, a drug developing biotechnology company which focuses on personalized medicine in cardiovascular diseases, receive Eurostars project entitled: ”A novel microRNA-based platelet function biomarker for personalized anti-thrombotic treatment”. The aim of the Eurostars project is to validate the use of the thrombomiR™ kit for management of anti-thrombotic therapies. The thrombomiR™ kit is a minimally invasive blood test that can determine changes in platelets reactivity (for example due to a therapy), based on the quantitative analysis of microRNAs, Specifically, the thrombomiR™ kit allows the targeted detection and quantitation of platelet-specific microRNAs in blood plasma. The concentration of these microRNAs increases in the course of activation of platelets and decreases as a result of therapeutic inactivation. Thus, [...]
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