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Identification of novel biomarkers for Parkinson's disease by metabolomic technologies
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    • Paolo Barone
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      • Marcello Moccia, Emanuele Spina, Carmine Vitale

    Hatano and colleagues recently published a paper of considerable interest, investigating possible metabolic pathways associated with Parkinson's disease (PD) by using metabolomic technologies [1]. Their results on redox homeostasis deserve to be further discussed, since oxidative stress is possibly involved in PD risk and progression. In particular, authors found bilirubin, a strong natural antioxidant, to be significan...

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