Neurodegenerative diseases are a broad collection of diseases, which are all characterized by loss of neuronal function. That includes (but not limited to) Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal dementia, and Parkinson's disease to which biomarkers will be described on the below page. One of the primary goals is to identify active neurodegeneration and find out if treatment will halt or slow that process. Our biomarkers can do that.  


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Multiple Sclerosis is the most common disabling neuroinflammatory disease of young adults and is known as a chronic autoimmune disease, where inflammatory demyelination and neurodegeneration occur in CNS. Quantifying disease activity in multiple sclerosis provides a unique insight into structural lesions and functional changes in the disease pathogenesis. 

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