Neurobiology of Disease Blood-Borne Amyloid- Dimer Correlates with Clinical Markers of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Victor L. Villemagne,1,2,3 Keyla A. Perez,1,4,5 Kerryn E. Pike,1,2 W. Mei Kok,4,5,6 Christopher C. Rowe,2,3 Anthony R. White,1,5 Pierrick Bourgeat,8 Olivier Salvado,8 Justin Bedo,7 Craig A. Hutton,4,6 Noel G. Faux,1,8 Colin L. Masters,1 and Kevin J. Barnham1,4,5 1Mental Health Research Institute, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria… (More)

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@inproceedings{Villemagne2010NeurobiologyOD, title={Neurobiology of Disease Blood-Borne Amyloid- Dimer Correlates with Clinical Markers of Alzheimer’s Disease}, author={Victor Villemagne and Keyla A. Perez and Kerryn Elizabeth Pike and Woan Mei Kok and Christopher C. Rowe and Anthony R White and Pierrick Bourgeat and Olivier Salvado and Justin Bedo and Craig A Hutton and Noel G. Faux and Colin L. Masters and Kevin Jeffrey Barnham}, year={2010} }