Primary fatty amides are potential plasma biomarkers for AD
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A new study has found that levels of primary fatty amides in plasma correlate with amyloid-β pathology and other Alzheimer disease (AD)-related phenomena. In addition to identifying potential plasma biomarkers for AD, the findings suggest new avenues for investigation into the early stages of AD.
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