Biomarkers for Disorders
“Candidate biomarker” is term applied to any biological feature related with a disorder. has a long history in search of , with recent studies consider molecular markers, like platelet imipramine binding or behavioral markers, such as smooth pursuit eye movements in condition and fear extinction in people with anxiety. Recent searches looking forward to investigate on blood biomarkers such as brain-derived neurotrophic factor and in people with or and More high-tech searches such as the use of to define signatures of proteins that are altered in blood.
More research is going on to investigate socio-environmental, molecular, neuroimaging findings related with such as , to detect particular signs of the disorder. Most advanced project in this aspect is the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative which was funded jointly by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, the pharmaceutical industry and other organizations.
· Bipolar Disorders
· Alzheimer’s disease /Dementia