Genetics and the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease: true signals and original din.

Abstract

Diagnosis is a central problem in Alzheimer's research, including linkage studies in particular. The magnitude of expected diagnostic error, its likely effect on research, and way to minimize it, provides the focus of this commentary.

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@article{Heston1989GeneticsAT, title={Genetics and the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease: true signals and original din.}, author={Leonard L. Heston}, journal={Neurobiology of aging}, year={1989}, volume={10 5}, pages={443-4; discussion 446-8} }