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Association analysis of polymorphisms in STARD6 and near ECHDC3 in Alzheimer’s disease patients carrying the APOE ε4 Allele

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Title
Association analysis of polymorphisms in&nbsp;<em>STARD6</em>&nbsp;and near&nbsp;<em>ECHDC3</em>&nbsp;in Alzheimer&rsquo;s disease patients carrying the&nbsp;<em>APOE</em>&nbsp;&epsilon;4 Allele
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Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, January 2019
DOI 10.2147/ndt.s186705
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Jiajun Yin, Wei Feng, Hongwei Yuan, Jianmin Yuan, Yue Wu, Xiaowei Liu, Chunhui Jin, Zaohuo Cheng

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