Clinically meaningful biomarkers for psychosis: A systematic and quantitative review

@article{Prata2014ClinicallyMB,
  title={Clinically meaningful biomarkers for psychosis: A systematic and quantitative review},
  author={D. Prata and A. Mechelli and S. Kapur},
  journal={Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews},
  year={2014},
  volume={45},
  pages={134-141}
}
Despite five decades of search for clinically meaningful 'biomarkers' in schizophrenia there are still no common tests to inform diagnosis or treatment. Our aim was to understand why it has been so difficult to convert biological findings into clinical tests. We categorized all PubMed-indexed articles investigating psychosis-related biomarkers to date (over 3200). Studies showed an evident publication bias, a confusing array of terminology, and few systematic efforts at longitudinal evaluation… Expand
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