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Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI)

The Alzheimer’s disease Metabolomics Consortium has partnered with the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) to enable adding rich metabolomics datasets to all subjects enrolled in the ADNI study. These metabolomics datasets are meant to inform about metabolic failures across trajectories of disease and to complement genetic and imaging data within ADNI. In phase 1, we profiled blood samples from ADNI 1/GO/2 baseline using 8 complementary metabolomics and lipidomics targeted and non-targeted platforms. In phase 2, we will be profiling longitudinal samples from all ADNI studies covering over 5,000 samples. ADNI is a landmark public-private partnership that began in 2004 as a longitudinal, naturalistic study of older individuals with either Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), or no cognitive impairment at baseline enrolment. *

 

Period Start 2004-01-01 established
Product Industry metabolomics
     
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    * Document for �About Section�: Biocrates Life Sciences AG. (7/25/18). "Press Release: AAIC Researchers Report New Data on How Gut Bacteria and Lipid Metabolism May Influence Alzheimer’s and Other Brain Diseases". Innsbruck.
     
   
Record changed: 2018-08-15

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