“Discuss the relevance of proteins and enzymes routinely measure in clinical biochemistry laboratories in relation to their analytical and clinical interpretation for diagnosis and monitoring of disease.”
Possible body structure for Introduction – from general to specific
Broad overview of the area
Highlight the development of major
concepts, influential studies etc.
Focus on areas of agreement,
modification of design, tensions and
inadequacies, narrowing the
focus to studies closest
to your own
Identify where your
aims of your
Could you please write the literature review as a general then focus just in end of the introduction on AST test because My topic project around the AST enzyme analysis with pyridoxal phosphate in laboratory and I will use Kaplan Method and I will development the method.
Plz, could you write about proteins and enzymes clinically and analytically for example;
1-Measurement method and analytical aspect that are using mostly common in the lab and give some statistic with principles, advantage, disadvantage and simalirity etc
2- monitoring and Interpretations of disease for example Cardiac, Liver Bile duct. Etc
3- result with some table that interpretation of the disease .
All this just as example you can add more thing that is related to the main idea and the topic on the top of this file
Also, this is some guide that is should be use it
The purpose of your literature review is to provide an up-to-date understanding of your topic in the context of the field where you provide information that is appropriately referenced from primary sources. Your literature review should introduce your laboratory medicine project topic and give background of the subject area and describe what problem is being addressed in your laboratory medicine project. You should start with an overview of the area, then provide the up-to-date knowledge in this area so that it is clear to the reader, then provide hypothesis and aims of your study and with a Bibliography at the end. It should be written in scientific language but with clear English expression that it is understandable by people outside of the field.