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A biological classification for Alzheimer’s disease - Amyloid, Tau and Neurodegeneration (A/T/N): results from the Argentine-Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

  • Ricardo F. Allegri (a1) (a2) (a3), Lucia Pertierra (a1), Gabriela Cohen (a1), Patricio Chrem Méndez (a1), María Julieta Russo (a1), Ismael Calandri (a1), Pablo Bagnati (a1), Fernanda Tapajóz (a1) (a3), Florencia Clarens (a1), Jorge Campos (a1), Federico E. Nahas (a1) (a3), Ezequiel Surace (a3) (a4), Silvia Vázquez (a4) (a5) and Gustavo Sevlever (a3)...
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Correspondence should be addressed to: Ricardo F. Allegri, Department of Cognitive Neurology. Instituto de Investigaciones Neurológicas, Montañeses 2325 (C1428AQK), Bs As, Argentina. Web: www.fleni.org.ar, Email: rallegri@fleni.org.ar

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A biological classification for Alzheimer’s disease - Amyloid, Tau and Neurodegeneration (A/T/N): results from the Argentine-Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

  • Ricardo F. Allegri (a1) (a2) (a3), Lucia Pertierra (a1), Gabriela Cohen (a1), Patricio Chrem Méndez (a1), María Julieta Russo (a1), Ismael Calandri (a1), Pablo Bagnati (a1), Fernanda Tapajóz (a1) (a3), Florencia Clarens (a1), Jorge Campos (a1), Federico E. Nahas (a1) (a3), Ezequiel Surace (a3) (a4), Silvia Vázquez (a4) (a5) and Gustavo Sevlever (a3)...

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