What is it about?

This is about recent findings in molecular biology and neuroimaging for identifing depression, based on evidence of subtyping that may enhance our understanding of biological foundations of depression, introducing the molecular diagnostics methods in clinical settings.

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Why is it important?

Due to its amazing complexity of the major depressive disorder it is worthwhile to identify biological bases of conditions, if any.


There already are promising findings, but additional research to define biologically based depressive subtypes is needed and worthwhile.

Biological Transformations Controlled by the Mind - MURESANU CRISTIAN
Research Center for Applied Biotechnology in Diagnosis and Molecular Therapies (BIODIATECH)

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This page is a summary of: Biological Mechanisms of Atypical and Melancholic Major Depressive Disorder, Current Pharmaceutical Design, October 2021, Bentham Science Publishers, DOI: 10.2174/1381612827666210603145441.
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