Beyond the neuron–cellular interactions early in Alzheimer disease pathogenesis

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Beyond the neuron–cellular interactions early in Alzheimer disease pathogenesis

Beyond the neuron–cellular interactions early in Alzheimer disease pathogenesis, Published online: 14 January 2019; doi:10.1038/s41583-018-0113-1

Understanding the complex interplay of cells that protect neurons early in Alzheimer disease but later contribute to neurodegeneration is important for developing effective therapeutics. In this Review, Henstridge and colleagues discuss the contributions of multiple cell types to disease pathogenesis.

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