Researchers Publish Data on Gene Variant Associated with Late-Onset Alzheimer's Disease

In a recent issue of The Pharmacogenomics Journal, a team led by Allen Roses, director of Duke University's Deane Drug Discovery Institute, published data from two independent study populations linking longer lengths of a polymorphic poly-T variant, rs10524523, with a higher risk of late-onset Alzheimer's disease. "This paper provides the data and the first opportunity for other research laboratories to test and validate the data," the study authors note.

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