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Perspektiven der molekularen Diagnostik für public health und die Gesundheitswirtschaft: Eine Literaturstudie

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  • Martin, Karl
  • Henke, Klaus-Dirk
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    Als Molekulare Diagnostik werden alle diagnostischen Methoden verstanden, die auf der Grundlage molekularer oder biochemischer Analysen in vivo (im lebenden Organismus) und in vitro (im Versuch, außerhalb des Organismus) gemacht werden. Die nachfolgende Studie beschränkt sich auf die in vitro Diagnostik. Damit sind Verfahren gemeint, die an Körperflüssigkeiten oder Biopsieproben(Gewebeentnahmen) durchgeführt werden und auf molekularen Interaktionen beruhen. Welche Rolle die Molekulare Diagnostik insbesondere in der Prävention multifaktorieller Erkrankungen und die Ausgabenstruktur einer künftigen Gesundheitswirtschaft spielen kann werden untersucht.

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    Paper provided by Technische Universität Berlin, School of Economics and Management in its series Discussion Papers with number 2007/8.

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    Date of creation: 2007
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:tubsem:20078
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