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Rules-Based Medicine, Inc. | Date: 2015-03-10

Methods and devices for diagnosing, monitoring, or determining diabetic nephropathy or an associated disorder in a mammal are described. In particular, methods and devices for diagnosing, monitoring, or determining diabetic nephropathy or an associated disorder using measured concentrations of a combination of three or more analytes in a test sample taken from the mammal are described.


The present invention refers to a cell culture system especially for investigating the sensitizing, allergenic and/or irritating effect of substances, comprising a first and a second compartment that can communicate with each other via a permeable interlayer, whereby the first compartment has an epidermis model and the second a cell culture based on immune cells.


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Rules-Based Medicine, Inc. | Date: 2012-06-19

The present invention refers to a method for recognizing and/or characterizing cellular activity patterns, in particular for diagnostic purposes and/or for tracking the therapy of diseases. Blood cells are stimulated in a culture medium at least with toll-like receptor ligands (TLR ligands) and the stimulated blood cells and/or the culture medium are examined.


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Rules-Based Medicine, Inc. | Date: 2015-09-08

The inventors have discovered sets of proteinaceous biomarkers which can be measured in biological fluid samples to diagnosis or aid in the diagnosis of Alzheimers disease and distinguish AD samples from non-demented samples.


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Rules-Based Medicine, Inc. | Date: 2014-04-02

Methods and devices for diagnosing, monitoring, or determining obstructive uropathy or an associated disorder in a mammal are described. In particular, methods and devices for diagnosing, monitoring, or determining obstructive uropathy or an associated disorder using measured concentrations of a combination of three or more analytes in a test sample taken from the mammal are described.

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