Senior Housing News June 12, 2024
Andrew Christman

A team from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and College of Medicine has created a new database in an effort to help researchers study Alzheimer’s disease.

A study on the database, called ssREAD, was published in “Nature Communications” in June. It is freely searchable and contains 1,053 samples with 67 Alzheimer’s disease related studies, totaling 7.3 million cells. The researchers also archived data from 18 human and mouse brain studies.

“Each dataset is annotated with details such as species, gender, brain region, disease/control status, age and AD Braak stages,” the report’s authors wrote.

This isn’t the first time the team has launched a database. In 2020 they launched scREAD, which at the time was the first database that...

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