By Molika Ashford

Researchers from newly formed diagnostic company Durin Technologies and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey have discovered a set of serum autoantibody biomarkers that strongly distinguish Parkinson's disease from non-disease controls and that they plan to develop as a commercial diagnostic.

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