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ADHD - New Directions in Diagnosis and Treatment
This chapter aims to identify, among the dopaminergic and noradrenergic molecules strongly associated to aetiopathogenesis of the disorder, potential genetic and biochemical markers linked to ADHD diagnosis and to assess whether treatments can change peripheral levels of a biomarker, to be then useful, if tested, as a response predictor. The results, based on literature research, evidenced a role of some molecules such as SLC6A3, DRD4, MHPG, MAOA, NE, SLC6A2, DBH, COMT that could represent, indoi:10.5772/60860 fatcat:cav4htaaj5ajzlmqznfkzav7fm