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A large subgroup of medical indicators – that is, objective signals of medical state viewed from outside the patient – that can be assessed correctly and reproducibly is referred to as a "biomarker," a portmanteau of "biological marker." Medical signals are distinct from medical symptoms, which are limited to the signs of health or illness that patients perceive. Biomarkers are useful for revealing connections between environmental exposures, human biology, and disease. Biomarkers can help scientists better understand basic biological processes, develop exposure science, and translate research findings into medicinal and public health applications.