Acknowledgements

Projects financed

A novel two step blood test for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer disease – 2015 – MINECO 

AD-2step aims at validating a diagnostic test for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) based on several previously identified markers in the blood. This blood-based test will be easily adaptable to medical laboratories with standard analysis platforms, allowing an inexpensive diagnosis. It represents an important business opportunity, and a key scientific breakthrough that would allow for the first time the differential diagnosis of dementia.

The development of strategic partnerships and alliances represents a key challenge for Biocross. The development of strategic partnerships and alliances represents a key challenge for Biocross, and is of the utmost importance given the continuous changes occuring within the field of neurology.

Development of a diagnostic system for Alzheimer’s disease – 2013 – Innocash (Genoma España)

The main objective is to develop a product that enables diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease from blood samples with a sensitivity and specificity higher than that of any currently available method (>85%).

Design and construction of a system for diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease based on laser raman spectroscopy – 2012 – INNPACTO (MINECO).

Innovative solutions to accelerate the identification and development of drugs for diseases of the nervous system – 2011 – CENIT (CDTI)

To develop new experimental and technological approaches to identify candidate compounds for future therapies for nervous system diseases.

Development of a prototype of a high resolution diagnostic test blood for Alzheimer’s disease – 2010 – CDTI

The main objective of the project is to develop a prototype of a diagnostic blood test that will enable clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease with greater accuracy than currently available

Investigation of a process for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease – 2009 – IMADE

The aim of this project is to develop and commercialize new products for the non-invasive diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. These will allow diagnosis of this disease at much earlier stages than currently possible, with greater reliability and less disruption to patients

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