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Research Study Summary

A clinical study for patients with Alzheimer's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease or Huntington's Disease

Research Study Title

A Multi-Center Longitudinal Biorepository Study to Provide Biospecimens & Clinical Data From Neurological Disease Patients To Approved Pre-Clinical And Clinical Investigators for Drug & Biomarker Studies


The purpose of this research project is to collect and store blood samples and clinical data. Researchers can then use the stored samples in future studies. Through such studies, they hope to find new ways to detect, treat, and maybe even prevent or cure health problems.

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Both Male and Female


18 and up

Overall Status


Lead Sponsor

Sanguine Biosciences


47 Months

Facility Type



Both Male and Female ages 18 Years and up

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Males and females > 18 to 100 years old

  • A diagnosis of neurological condition

  • Proof of diagnosis can be provided

Control group: Healthy donors, males and females, 18 to 100 years of age

Exclusion Criteria

  • Receipt of blood products within 30 days of study enrollment

  • Receipt of an investigational (unapproved) drug within 30 days of study enrollment

Site Locations (1)

Country State City Zip Facility and Contact
United States California Los Angeles 91403 Sanguine Biosciences
Desiree Roman

Carlyn Crisostomo
Principal Investigator


Desiree Roman

NCT ID: NCT01592552

Date Last Changed: January 5, 2015

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