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Poirier J, Miron J, Picard C, Gormley P, Théroux L, Breitner JCS, Dea D.  2014.  Apolipoprotein E and lipid homeostasis in the etiology and treatment of sporadic Alzheimer's disease.. Neurobiol Aging. 35 Suppl 2:S3-10.
Lelental N, Brandner S, Kofanova O, Blennow K, Zetterberg H, Andreasson U, Engelborghs S, Mroczko B, Gabryelewicz T, Teunissen C et al..  2016.  Comparison of Different Matrices as Potential Quality Control Samples for Neurochemical Dementia Diagnostics.. J Alzheimers Dis. 52(1):51-64.
Leduc V, Théroux L, Dea D, Dufour R, Poirier J.  2016.  Effects of rs3846662 Variants on HMGCR mRNA and Protein Levels and on Markers of Alzheimer's Disease Pathology.. J Mol Neurosci. 58(1):109-19.
Gauthier S, Feldman HH, Schneider LS, Wilcock GK, Frisoni GB, Hardlund JH, Moebius HJ, Bentham P, Kook KA, Wischik DJ et al..  2016.  Efficacy and safety of tau-aggregation inhibitor therapy in patients with mild or moderate Alzheimer's disease: a randomised, controlled, double-blind, parallel-arm, phase 3 trial.. Lancet. 388(10062):2873-2884.
De Schutter JW, Park J, Leung CYuen, Gormley P, Lin Y-S, Hu Z, Berghuis AM, Poirier J, Tsantrizos YS.  2014.  Multistage screening reveals chameleon ligands of the human farnesyl pyrophosphate synthase: implications to drug discovery for neurodegenerative diseases.. J Med Chem. 57(13):5764-76.
Ng KPin, Pascoal TA, Mathotaarachchi S, Chung C-O, Benedet AL, Shin M, Kang MSu, Li X, Ba M, Kandiah N et al..  2017.  Neuropsychiatric symptoms predict hypometabolism in preclinical Alzheimer disease.. Neurology. 88(19):1814-1821.
Mondragón-Rodríguez S, Perry G, Luna-Muñoz J, Acevedo-Aquino MC, Williams S.  2014.  Phosphorylation of tau protein at sites Ser(396-404) is one of the earliest events in Alzheimer's disease and Down syndrome.. Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol. 40(2):121-35.
Peterson D, Munger C, Crowley J, Corcoran C, Cruchaga C, Goate AM, Norton MC, Green RC, Munger RG, Breitner JCS et al..  2014.  Variants in PPP3R1 and MAPT are associated with more rapid functional decline in Alzheimer's disease: the Cache County Dementia Progression Study.. Alzheimers Dement. 10(3):366-71.