JMIR RESEARCH PROTOCOLS, vol.9, no.8, 2020 (Peer-Reviewed Journal)
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JMIR RESEARCH PROTOCOLS
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proteomics, early diagnosis, mood disorders, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorders, BIPOLAR-II-DISORDER, CLINICAL-TRIALS, MENTAL-DISORDERS, EFFICACY TRIALS, DEPRESSION, PREVALENCE, GENERALIZABILITY, BURDEN, FRAMEWORK, IMPACT
Background: Mood disorders affect hundreds of millions of people worldwide, imposing a substantial medical and economic burden. Existing diagnostic methods for mood disorders often result in a delay until accurate diagnosis, exacerbating the challenges of these disorders. Advances in digital tools for psychiatry and understanding the biological basis of mood disorders offer the potential for novel diagnostic methods that facilitate early and accurate diagnosis of patients.