No evidence that extended tracts of homozygosity are associated with Alzheimer's disease

R Sims, S Dwyer, D Harold, A Gerrish, P Hollingworth, J Chapman, N Jones, R Abraham, D Ivanov, JS Pahwa, V Moskvina, K Dowzell, C Thomas, A Stretton, S Lovestone, J Powell, P Proitsi, MK Lupton, C Brayne, DC RubinszteinM Gill, B Lawler, A Lynch, K Morgan, KS Brown, PA Passmore, D Craig, B McGuiness, S Todd, JA Johnston, CH Holmes, D Mann, D Smith, S Love, PG Kehoe, J Hardy, S Mead, N Fox, M Rossor, J Collinge, G Livingston, NJ Bass, H Gurling, A McQuillin, L Jones, PA Holmans, M O'Donovan, MJ Owen, J Williams

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