Vitamin D Binding Protein a Potential Biomarker in MS

Vitamin D Binding Protein a Potential Biomarker in MS

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Vitamin D Binding Protein a Potential Biomarker in MS

Lower blood levels of vitamin D binding protein, known as VDBP, were observed in newly diagnosed multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in a new study — findings that suggest the protein could potentially act as a biomarker for the neurodegenerative disease. “The present study revealed an independent association between lower … levels of VDBP and the risk of MS,” the researchers wrote. However, the team said further studies are needed to confirm their findings. The study,…

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