Untangling Alzheimer's Secrets | Adventures in Genomics

20 September 2017

Alzheimer’s Disease is characterized by the presence of plaques and tangles inside an individual’s brain. Despite this clear pathological definition, the predisposing factors and effects of these plaques and tangles are unclear. On this Adventures in Genomics episode, Jacques and Irene speak to Amanda Myers from the University of Miami, who is using a combination of genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics to identify networks of data and explain the complexity of this disease. Keywords: Alzheimer’s Disease, brain, nervous system, psychiatric disease, complex disease, genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, gene networks, Adventures in Genomics, Illumina, Scientific Affairs, Jacques Retief, Irene Predazzi


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