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do we have an access to The amyloid hypothesis, time to move on: Amyloid is the downstream result, not cause, of Alzheimer's disease

I am trying to read this article and I wonder if you have it.
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2016  |  5 Views
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The library does not subscribe to Alzheimer's & Dementia, the journal in which this article was punlished.  The best way to get it is to search it by title through the library's link to PubMed on the the library's Web page.  When you get your PbuMed result and click on the title, the next page has the library's "Check for Full Text USciences in a red box.  The next screen will ask you to login with your Univesity login.  If you have not used ILLiad, the library's interlibrary loan service before, you will need to set up your profile.  The system will populate the request form and you just need to "submit" it.  Look in your university email for a message when it becomes available.

Good luck,

Jeanette McVeigh,

Electronic Resources Coordinator

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