Do low‐serum vitamin E levels increase the risk of Alzheimer disease in older people? Evidence from a meta‐analysis of case‐control studies

@article{Dong2018DoLV,
  title={Do low‐serum vitamin E levels increase the risk of Alzheimer disease in older people? Evidence from a meta‐analysis of case‐control studies},
  author={Y. Dong and Xiaodan Chen and Y. Liu and Y. Shu and Ting Chen and L. Xu and M. Li and X. Guan},
  journal={International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={e257 - e263}
}
  • Y. Dong, Xiaodan Chen, +5 authors X. Guan
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Whether low‐serum vitamin E increases the risk of Alzheimer disease (AD) in older people remains inconclusive. This meta‐analysis aims to synthesize evidence‐based case‐control studies to evaluate the association between serum vitamin E and the risk of AD. 
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