Serum S100beta protein in children with acute recurrent headache: a potentially useful marker for migraine.

@article{Papandreou2005SerumSP,
  title={Serum S100beta protein in children with acute recurrent headache: a potentially useful marker for migraine.},
  author={Ourania Papandreou and Alexandra Soldatou and Artemis Tsitsika and Catherine Kariyannis and Thalia Papandreou and Asimina Zachariadi and Ioannis Papassotiriou and George P. Chrousos},
  journal={Headache},
  year={2005},
  volume={45 10},
  pages={1313-6}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the role of glia-derived S100beta protein and to evaluate its use as a biochemical marker in childhood acute recurrent headache. METHODS Twenty-five patients with acute recurrent headache (according to International Headache Society criteria) from our department's Headache Clinic were studied. Blood samples for measurement of serum S100beta were drawn: (1) < or = 3-hour post pain attack from our patients and (2) from 23 healthy controls. RESULTS Of the 25 patients… CONTINUE READING

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