The neuronal sortilin-related receptor SORL1 is genetically associated with Alzheimer disease

Ekaterina Rogaeva, Yan Meng, Joseph H. Lee, Yongjun Gu, Toshitaka Kawarai, Fanggeng Zou, Taiichi Katayama, Clinton T. Baldwin, Rong Cheng, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Fusheng Chen, Nobuto Shibata, Kathryn L. Lunetta, Raphaelle Pardossi-Piquard, Christopher Bohm, Yosuke Wakutani, L. Adrienne Cupples, Karen T. Cuenco, Robert C. Green, Lorenzo PinessiInnocenzo Rainero, Sandro Sorbi, Amalia Bruni, Ranjan Duara, Robert P. Friedland, Rivka Inzelberg, Wolfgang Hampe, Hideaki Bujo, You Qiang Song, Olav M. Andersen, Thomas E. Willnow, Neill Graff-Radford, Ronald C. Petersen, Dennis Dickson, Sandy D. Der, Paul E. Fraser, Gerold Schmitt-Ulms, Steven Younkin, Richard Mayeux, Lindsay A. Farrer, Peter St. George-Hyslop

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