Translational Biomedicine

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Translational Biomedicine: The Future of Modern Internal Medicine

Sandeep Kumar Kar

From times immemorial the central dogma of life, i.e., DNA→RNA→Protein has been respected. This forms basic element of Translational Biomedicine. Interventions need to be directed at the three distinct steps at the DNA level (if feasible) or at the RNA level (through appropriate viral mediated vectors) or at the last step where the molecular medicine experts need to develop appropriate protein counterparts which will result in physiological effects by acting as agonist or antagonist at appropriate receptors. This forms the basis of translational biomedicine. Recently the Human Micro biome project has been Carisoprodol 350 mg tablet street value a great leap in this aspect.