Articles with the topic: biomarkers

New collaboration seeks to speed Huntington's disease drug licensing

New collaboration seeks to speed Huntington's disease drug licensing

Critical Path Institute launches new initiative to get HD drugs licensed as quickly as possible

Dr Jeff CarrollMay 10, 2018

New study reveals a potential HD biomarker

New study reveals a potential HD biomarker

A potential HD biomarker has been uncovered in a recent clinical study

Leora FoxJune 07, 2017

Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2017 - Day 2

Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2017 - Day 2

HDBuzz summarises all the science from the 2017 Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference in Malta - day 2

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 29, 2017

Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2016 - day 2

Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2016 - day 2

Strategies for getting rid of mutant huntingtin & clinical trial updates: day 2 of the HD therapeutics conference

Dr Jeff CarrollFebruary 28, 2016

Through a Broader Lens: Looking at Non-Motor Symptoms in HD

Through a Broader Lens: Looking at Non-Motor Symptoms in HD

Sleep deficits precede motor problems in HD

Melissa ChristiansonJanuary 25, 2016

A Few Bad Seeds: Using Brain Fluid to Grow Clumps in Brain Cells

A Few Bad Seeds: Using Brain Fluid to Grow Clumps in Brain Cells

HD brain fluid makes brain cells grow clumps.

Melissa ChristiansonSeptember 15, 2015

Measuring harmful huntingtin protein in the brain’s bath water

Measuring harmful huntingtin protein in the brain’s bath water

How will we know whether HD-lowering treatments are working? New advancements in the detection of mutant huntingtin.

Dr Michael OrthMay 18, 2015

Lighting the way: A new biomarker for Huntington’s disease

Lighting the way: A new biomarker for Huntington’s disease

A new biomarker reveals brain changes in early Huntington's disease.

Melissa ChristiansonApril 20, 2015

The sweet lowdown: Huntington's disease brains use sugar differently

The sweet lowdown: Huntington's disease brains use sugar differently

New observations suggest that the brains of HD mutation carriers consume energy differently. Do we care? (Yes!)

Dr Jeff CarrollOctober 11, 2013