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May 26, 2011

Blood Test to Diagnose Depression Unveiled

Researchers at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan, have developed a blood test to diagnose depression. A study conducted by the medical research group Human Metabolome Technologies, involving 66 people, concluded that patients with depression had a lower concentration of ethanolamine phosp

By cms admin

Researchers at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan, have developed a blood test to diagnose depression.

A study conducted by the medical research group Human Metabolome Technologies, involving 66 people, concluded that patients with depression had a lower concentration of ethanolamine phosphate.

According to the study, the test could help improve early detection rates of depression by measuring the concentration of phosphoric acid in the blood.

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