Researchers Claim RNA-based Biomarker Panel Distinguishes People With, Without Depression | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Northwestern University researchers have assessed a blood-based biomarker panel for major depressive disorder, reporting in Translational Psychiatry today that it could distinguish people with depression from those without.

Researchers led by Eva Redei, a professor of psychiatry at Northwestern, tested their panel of 20 markers in 32 patients and 32 controls. The patients were also retested some 18 weeks after therapy.

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