Marcadores periféricos e a fisiopatologia do transtorno bipolar

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Magalhães, Pedro V. S.; Fries, Gabriel R.; Kapczinski, Flávio;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Universidade de São Paulo
  • Journal: Archives of Clinical Psychiatry (issn: 1806-938X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1590/S0101-60832012000200004
  • Subject: Transtorno bipolar; inflamação; estresse oxidativo; neurotrofinas; fator neurotrófico derivado do cérebro; fisiopatologia; biomarcadores | estresse oxidativo | Bipolar disorder; inflammation; oxidative stress; neurotrophins; brain-derived neurotrophic factor; pathophysiology; biomarkers | biomarkers | fisiopatologia | Psychiatry | biomarcadores | Bipolar disorder | inflammation | neurotrofinas | pathophysiology | brain-derived neurotrophic factor | inflamação | neurotrophins | Transtorno bipolar | oxidative stress | RC435-571 | fator neurotrófico derivado do cérebro

INTRODUÇÃO: O entendimento da fisiopatologia do transtorno bipolar vem tendo avanços consistentes nos últimos anos. Um enfoque na relação entre carga alostática e alterações sistêmicas vem tomando corpo, com o objetivo de se entender a frequente progressão da doença. Pr... View more
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