Presenilin-1 mutation position influences amyloidosis, small vessel disease, and dementia with disease stage

Nelly Joseph-Mathurin, Rebecca L. Feldman, Ruijin Lu, Zahra Shirzadi, Carmen Toomer, Junie R. Saint Clair, Yinjiao Ma, Nicole S. McKay, Jeremy F. Strain, Collin Kilgore, Karl A. Friedrichsen, Charles D. Chen, Brian A. Gordon, Gengsheng Chen, Russ C. Hornbeck, Parinaz Massoumzadeh, Austin A. McCullough, Qing Wang, Yan Li, Guoqiao WangSarah J. Keefe, Stephanie A. Schultz, Carlos Cruchaga, Gregory M. Preboske, Clifford R. Jack, Jorge J. Llibre-Guerra, Ricardo F. Allegri, Beau M. Ances, Sarah B. Berman, William S. Brooks, David M. Cash, Gregory S. Day, Nick C. Fox, Michael Fulham, Bernardino Ghetti, Keith A. Johnson, Mathias Jucker, William E. Klunk, Christian la Fougère, Johannes Levin, Yoshiki Niimi, Hwamee Oh, Richard J. Perrin, Gerald Reischl, John M. Ringman, Andrew J. Saykin, Peter R. Schofield, Yi Su, Charlene Supnet-Bell, Jonathan Vöglein, Igor Yakushev, Adam M. Brickman, John C. Morris, Eric McDade, Chengjie Xiong, Randall J. Bateman, Jasmeer P. Chhatwal, Tammie L.S. Benzinger

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