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Data Use & Acknowledgement

The data available in the AD Knowledge Portal would not be possible without the participation of research volunteers and the contribution of data by collaborating researchers. Data are made available as Open-  or Controlled- Access, where individual-level Human data is Controlled Access, and can not be redistributed.

  • All data use must be acknowledged with the following Acknowledgement Statement: "The results published here are in whole or in part based on data obtained from the AD Knowledge Portal”.

  • You must also include an Acknowledgement Statement specific to the study/dataset that you are using for your analyses. You will be prompted to agree to use the acknowledgement statement when you go to access the data through Synapse. You can find these pre-written acknowledgement statements on the relevant Study page associated with the data.

  • In addition, you must include a Data Availability statement in the following format. For details on minting a dataset doi, view Creating an AD Portal Dataset for a Manuscript or Publication.

<data, analysis output, tools (describe content)> are available via the AD Knowledge Portal ( The AD Knowledge Portal is a platform for accessing data, analyses, and tools generated by the Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP-AD) Target Discovery Program and other National Institute on Aging (NIA)-supported programs to enable open-science practices and accelerate translational learning. The data, analyses and tools are shared early in the research cycle without a publication embargo on secondary use. Data is available for general research use according to the following requirements for data access and data attribution (

For access to content described in this manuscript see: <dataset DOI>

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