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 There is a growing interest in biological markers of exposure to chemicals and in markers of adverse health effects from such exposures. A biomarker is an adjustment in a natural framework that can be identified with an introduction to, or impacts from, a particular xenobiotic or sort of toxic material. A perfect biomarker of an introduction is one that is compound quantities, available by noninvasive techniques, inexpensive to assay, and quantitatively relatable to a prior exposure regimen. An ideal marker of an effect or of a disease state is unique to the disease state in question and quantitatively relatable to the degree or stage of the disease. Few if any biomarkers will have all the above characteristics, but many nonideal biomarkers can be useful for specific purposes.


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