Robust evidence for DNA methylomic variation in Alzheimer’s disease
In recent years genomic studies of Alzheimer's disease have extended beyond identifying variation in the genetic code and have now begun to examine a role for genomic regulation in disease etiology. Although these studies are still in their infancy, there is growing evidence that robust and reproducible changes in DNA methylation occur in Alzheimer's disease brain.
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