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Parkinson's biomarker found in patient urine samples!

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found the LRRK2 protein in the urine of Parkinson's patients.

A new biomarker that detects severity of COPD!

 Using biomarkers in medical science for determining the state and stage of any disease is an age old practice.

A new biomarker that detects severity of COPD!

 Using biomarkers in medical science for determining the state and stage of any disease is an age old practice.

Disposable biochip for simpler, affordable HIV diagnosis

There are about 50 microliters in a drop of blood.

Our hair and nails' secret toxic tale

Until now, researchers depended on samples of human milk, blood and urine, and those samples are more difficult to obtain than hair and nails.

Blood test for Alzheimer's disease comes a step closer

The findings, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, suggests that a routine blood test can reveal Alzheimer's risk and IQ measurements.

Biomarker of early lung cancer identified

Researchers have identified a biomarker that detects the most common lung cancer in its earliest stage.

Key biomarker in obesity-related diabetes identified

Researchers have identified a new fingerprint of inflammation that may be able to predict which patients with obesity may also develop Type 2 diabetes.

Biomarker for autism that may aid diagnostics found

A fault in the channel of cells related to release of calcium in brain may be linked to certain forms of autism and serve both as a potential biomarker for diagnosing the disorder as well as a potential therapeutic target, new research has found.

News worth toasting to: Red wine, dark chocolate can benefit Alzheimer's patients

A compound found in grape skins and red wine called resveratrol is thought to impact Alzheimer's disease biomarker.

New biomarker for migraine found

Researchers may have discovered a new blood biomarker for episodic migraine which defined as having less than 15 headaches per month.

Potential biomarker for pre-diabetes identified

Researchers have identified a biomarker in pre-diabetic individuals that could help prevent them from developing Type-2 diabetes.

New biomarker for breast and prostate cancers found

Researchers have identified a novel genetic biomarker responsible for the progression of many breast and prostate cancers.

Soon, a blood test to detect lung cancer

Scientists at The Wistar Institute in the US have found a protein in the blood that appears to be more accurate at detecting lung cancer than currently available methods used for screening.

New method spots heart attack in one hour

A new method to spot heart attacks in suspected patients within an hour has been found effective in three out of four cases in a clinical trial involving over 1,000 participants, reports a study.

Now simple blood test to detect risk of dementia

Now you can test the possibility of developing dementia with a prick of a needle.

First stable 'biomarker for financial risk-attitudes' identified

A new study has revealed about the first stable 'biomarker' for financial risk-attitudes suggesting that tolerance of risk could potentially be measured in billions of existing medical brain scans.

New biomarker discovery brings HIV vaccine a step closer

The vaccine for HIV being developed by the Norwegian vaccine company Bionor Pharma could soon be a reality as researchers have found that median HIV viral load reduction more than doubled among participants with high anti-C5/gp41732-744 antibody levels.

Your brain may not be wired to play stocks

Do not curse yourself if you have not made moolah in the stock market so far. Your brain is just not wired to predict market bubbles.

First biomarker boon for teens with clinical depression

Researchers from University of Cambridge have identified the first biomarker - a biological signpost - for major depression.