AD7C Test

AD7C Test

A biochemical test which measures a 41-kD neural thread protein in cerebrospinal fluid or urine and which is said to be useful in diagnosing Alzheimer's disease. The reports on the efficacy of this test are in second-tier journals and dated (1998 and 2002).
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Editor's note: To order the AD7C test for Alzheimer's disease, physicians can call Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation at 1-800-936-9669.
The AD7C test, produced by Nymox Pharmaceutical Corporation, measures the level of a protein produced in the brain.
The AD7C test measures a substance produced in the brain called neural thread protein.
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