Open Access Review Article Article ID: JCMBT-3-118

    Impact of the “Omics Sciences” in Medicine: New Era for Integrative Medicine

    Noelia Clemente Plaza, Manuel Reig García-Galbis and Rosa María Martínez-Espinosa*

    Background and objective: This work collects and analyses information about the evolution of medical practice during the last centuries. The main aim is to summarise new insights on “omics sciences” and their impact in medicine.

    Methods: Use of appropriate keywords, use of different engines of research information and the subsequent bibliometric analysis of the information.

    Results: The impact of the “omics sciences” in the early diagnosis of diseases is highly significant. Consequently, the implementation of “omics sciences” in medical practises contribute to the improvement of the monitoring and treatment of several diseases (particularly those based on molecular disorders).

    Conclusions: Advances in the techniques of biotechnology, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology are the source of the emergence and rapid evolution of a new omics era. This omic era has allowed the introduction and development of a medicine much more optimised and personalised, which is considered by many professionals as the medicine of the 21st century. This work is timely due to the high international interest for personalised medicine, healthcare and quick medical diagnosis.


    Published on: Jan 25, 2017 Pages: 9-13

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/jcmbt.000018
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