Perspective - Journal of Clinical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2022) Volume 6, Issue 6
Scientific progresses and hones of clinical and bioanalytical chemistry followed by analytical chemistry.
The progress of analytical techniques and their application to pertinent medical and clinical problems are the most significant goals usually found in analytical and bioanalytical chemistry. In light of these factors, the current chapter's main focus is the development of sophisticated analytical methods employed in the medical industry. As an illustration, the enzyme N-acetylbeta-D-glucosaminidase (NAG) is a particular biomarker of acute kidney injury. A biomarker is a substance that is intentionally tested and calculated as a predictor of a pathogenic process, a normal biological process, or the pharmacological reactions to a therapeutic intervention.Author(s): Notake Buse*