Articles with the topic: biomarkers

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

Landmark study puts Huntington's disease trials on TRACK

Landmark study puts Huntington's disease trials on TRACK

Final results from the TRACK-HD study show very specific changes in HD. We're ready for trials: bring on the drugs!

Dr Faye BegetiMay 09, 2013

Proposed Huntington's disease 'biomarker' is not useful, new study suggests

Proposed Huntington's disease 'biomarker' is not useful, new study suggests

New study shows a blood chemical called '8OHdG' is not a good biomarker for HD. Bad news?

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 25, 2013

HD Therapeutics Conference 2013 Updates: Day 3

HD Therapeutics Conference 2013 Updates: Day 3

Final day of our coverage of the Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2013

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 11, 2013

TRACK-HD reveals changes in HD mutation carriers, empowering future trials

TRACK-HD reveals changes in HD mutation carriers, empowering future trials

Follow-up data from TRACK-HD study proves that we have the tests we need to successfully run drug trials for HD

Prof Anne RosserDecember 05, 2011

HDAC inhibitors and a possible 'blood biomarker'

HDAC inhibitors and a possible 'blood biomarker'

HDAC inhibitors explained, plus how new HDAC-related Huntington's disease research might help us find biomarkers

Dr Ed WildOctober 14, 2011

Interview: Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at Novartis

Interview: Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at Novartis

HDBuzz interviews Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at pharmaceutical giant Novartis, about their HD researc

Dr Ed WildMarch 14, 2011

Two large HD observational studies – COHORT and Registry – merge to create ENROLL-HD

Two large HD observational studies – COHORT and Registry – merge to create ENROLL-HD

Merger of two major Huntington’s Disease observational trials creates ENROLL-HD

Dr Jeff CarrollNovember 24, 2010