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Immune monitoring using the predictive power of immune profiles

Immune monitoring using the predictive power of immune profiles | biomarkers | Scoop.it
We have developed a novel approach to categorize immunity in patients that uses a combination of whole blood flow cytometry and hierarchical clustering.

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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, July 7, 2013 2:12 PM
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Comprehensive multi-factorial immune analysis resulting in immune profiles were prognostic, uncovered relationships among immune markers and identified a potential biomarker for the prognosis of cancer. Immune profiles may be useful to streamline evaluation of immune modulating therapies and continue to identify immune based biomarkers.

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How Alzheimer's could occur: Protein spheres in the nucleus give wrong signal ... - Medical Xpress

How Alzheimer's could occur: Protein spheres in the nucleus give wrong signal ... - Medical Xpress | biomarkers | Scoop.it
How Alzheimer's could occur: Protein spheres in the nucleus give wrong signal ...
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ScienceDirect.com - Advances in Pharmacology - Beyond Amyloid: The Future of Therapeutics for Alzheimer's Disease

ScienceDirect.com - Advances in Pharmacology - Beyond Amyloid: The Future of Therapeutics for Alzheimer's Disease | biomarkers | Scoop.it
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Multiple Sclerosis Research: Research Biomarker for Progression

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Next-Gen DNA sequencing advances rare disease diagnosis

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THE first publication on the use of WA’s Lotterywest Next-Gen sequencing platform in a human context has been released, revealing two novel genetic aberrations that lead to the onset of a devastating neuromuscular disease in utero.

Equally significant is proof that the latest sequencing technology can be used successfully and cost-effectively in gene discovery and diagnosis of rare disease cases.

Neuromuscular disease experts, Dr Gina Ravenscroft and Professor Nigel Laing from the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research (WAIMR), and clinicians and pathologists in Western and South Australia, have identified two new variants of a gene, known to regulate glycogen availability for muscle development.


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Vitamin E status may be reliable biomarker for Alzheimer’s: Study

Vitamin E status may be reliable biomarker for Alzheimer’s: Study | biomarkers | Scoop.it
Screening levels of vitamin E in the blood could help to improve the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease, according to new research that suggests the vitamin may also aid in protection.
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A comparative study of CSF neurofilament light and heavy chain protein in MS

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Alzheimer's Research & Therapy | Full text | Plasma tau levels in Alzheimer's disease

Efforts to find reliable blood biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease (AD), a highly warranted clinical laboratory test, have to date met with little success.
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FSGS: Dehydration And Protein In The Urine_Kidney Cares Community

FSGS: Dehydration And Protein In The Urine_Kidney Cares Community | biomarkers | Scoop.it
Protein in urine (proteinuria) is one common symptom among FSGS patients and it will worsen renal damages and speed up illness progression if left untreated, therefore it is very important to know what will cause or worsen protein in urine...

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EGFR Mutation Not a Prognostic Factor for NSCLC

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Although the presence of an EGFR mutation is a predictive marker for response to EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy in patients with non-small cell lung cancer, the mutation is not a prognostic factor.

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