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Moreno-Grau S, Fernández MV, de Rojas I, Garcia-González P, Hernández I, Farias F, Budde JP, Quintela I, Madrid L, González-Pérez A, Montrreal L, Alarcón-Martín E, Alegret M, Maroñas O, Pineda JA, Macías J; GR@ACE study group; DEGESCO consortium, Marquié M, Valero S, Benaque A, Clarimón J, Bullido MJ, García-Ribas G, Pástor P, Sánchez-Juan P, Álvarez V, Piñol-Ripoll G, García-Alberca JM, Royo JL, Franco-Macías E, Mir P, Calero M, Medina M, Rábano A, Ávila J, Antúnez C, Real LM, Orellana A, Carracedo Á, Sáez ME, Tárraga L, Boada M, Cruchaga C, Ruiz A; Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative. Long runs of homozygosity are associated with Alzheimer's disease. Transl Psychiatry. 2021 Feb 24;11(1):142.
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Moreno-Grau, Sonia; Fernández, Maria Victoria; Farias, Fabiana; Budde, John P.; Cruchaga, Carlos; Maroñas, O.; and al., et, ,"Long runs of homozygosity are associated with Alzheimer’s disease." Translational Psychiatry.,. . (2021).