Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 10 pp 13560—13570

Methylation factor MRPL15 identified as a potential biological target in Alzheimer’s disease

The potential risk genes and immune changes in Alzheimer’s disease. (A) Four data sets were used to verify the expression of the potential AD risk genes. (B) The AUC value of potential risk genes in AD patients. (C) The 24 differentially expressed immune cells. (D) Correlation between the potential AD risk genes and immune cells. (E) The GSEA results of gene expression in AD patients. (F) Gene expression of AD patients involved in the GSEA KEGG pathway.

Figure 4. The potential risk genes and immune changes in Alzheimer’s disease. (A) Four data sets were used to verify the expression of the potential AD risk genes. (B) The AUC value of potential risk genes in AD patients. (C) The 24 differentially expressed immune cells. (D) Correlation between the potential AD risk genes and immune cells. (E) The GSEA results of gene expression in AD patients. (F) Gene expression of AD patients involved in the GSEA KEGG pathway.