By Monica Heger

Next-generation sequencing
has been successfully used to uncover the genetic basis of a number of Mendelian diseases, but parsing the genetics of more complex diseases like Alzheimer's remains challenging.

In an attempt to cut through this complexity, researchers from Washington University's School of Medicine are taking a two-part strategy.

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