Single-cell and bulk transcriptomics of adult human microglia from a population of individuals reveals activated states across several brain disorders and maps Alzheimer’s disease variants to microglia-enriched genes.
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Kelley, K.W., Pașca, S.P. Scrutinizing disease states and regulation in human microglia. Nat Genet 53, 766–767 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41588-021-00826-x