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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · November 15, 2021

Genome-Wide Association Study With 1,126,563 Individuals Identifies New Risk Loci for Alzheimer Disease

Nature Genetics


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Nature Genetics
A genome-wide association study with 1,126,563 individuals identifies new risk loci for Alzheimer's disease
Nat. Genet 2021 Sep 01;53(9)1276-1282, DP Wightman, IE Jansen, JE Savage, AA Shadrin, S Bahrami, D Holland, A Rongve, S Børte, BS Winsvold, OK Drange, AE Martinsen, AH Skogholt, C Willer, G Bråthen, I Bosnes, JB Nielsen, LG Fritsche, LF Thomas, LM Pedersen, ME Gabrielsen, MB Johnsen, TW Meisingset, W Zhou, P Proitsi, A Hodges, R Dobson, L Velayudhan, K Heilbron, A Auton, JM Sealock, LK Davis, NL Pedersen, CA Reynolds, IK Karlsson, S Magnusson, H Stefansson, S Thordardottir, PV Jonsson, J Snaedal, A Zettergren, I Skoog, S Kern, M Waern, H Zetterberg, K Blennow, E Stordal, K Hveem, JA Zwart, L Athanasiu, P Selnes, I Saltvedt, SB Sando, I Ulstein, S Djurovic, T Fladby, D Aarsland, G Selbæk, S Ripke, K Stefansson, OA Andreassen, D Posthuma

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