Precision medicine, bioanalytics and nanomaterials: toward a new generation of personalized portable diagnostics.

Publication date: Mar 20, 2020

The customization of disease treatment focused on genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors of individual patients, including tailored medical decisions and treatments, is identified as precision medicine. This approach involves the combination of various aspects such as the collection and processing of a large amount of data, the selection of optimized and personalized drug dosage for each patient and the development of selective and reliable analytical tools for the monitoring of clinical, genetic and environmental parameters. In this context, miniaturized, compact and ultrasensitive bioanalytical devices play a crucial role for achieving the goals of personalized medicine. In this review, the latest analytical technologies suitable for providing portable and easy-to-use diagnostic tools in clinical settings will be discussed, highlighting new opportunities arising from nanotechnologies, offering peculiar perspectives and opportunities for precision medicine.

Calabretta, M.M., Zangheri, M., Lopreside, A., Marchegiani, E., Montali, L., Simoni, P., and Roda, A. Precision medicine, bioanalytics and nanomaterials: toward a new generation of personalized portable diagnostics. 06542. 2020 Analyst.

Concepts Keywords
Compact Systems biology
Genetic Precision medicine
Nanomaterials Evidence-based medicine
Nanotechnologies Branches of biology
Personalized Medicine Clinical medicine
Precision Medicine Medicine
Biotechnology
Biomarkers
Personalized medicine

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH lifestyle
disease MESH development

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