Myocardial marker

Hebrew University team developed a non-invasive method to detect cardiomyocyte death

A group at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has developed a non-invasive method to detect circulating cell-free DNA from dying cardiomyocytes that could complement existing tests used to diagnose or monitor cardiac disease, and serve as a diagnostic and prognostic marker for sepsis.

Tests for elevated levels of cardiac-specific troponins are considered

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