Researchers ID Potential Serum Biomarkers for Efficacy of Interferon-beta in Multiple Sclerosis | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on May 13.

By Tony Fong

Using a 2D gel approach, researchers in Australia have identified a set of serum biomarkers that may help clinicians determine whether a patient with multiple sclerosis will respond to interferon-beta therapy.

In doing so, they optimized a DIGE protocol for plasma "to obtain cost-effective and high-resolution gels for effective spot comparison," the researchers said.

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