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New Risk Genes for Alzheimer’s Disease

News   Feb 28, 2019 | Original story from the National Institute on Aging

 
New Risk Genes for Alzheimer’s Disease

Manhattan Plot of Alzheimer's Genes. Newly identified (red) and known (blue) genes linked to Alzheimer's disease spike in this table plotting results from genome-wide association analysis of 94,437 individuals with late onset Alzheimer's. Credit: Kunkle et al.

 
 
 

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