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The setting up of the CoLoRe joint laboratory, associating the Institut de Rrecherche Dupuy de Lome (IRDL) of the University of Southern Brittany and the company Laboratoire CBTP, a subsidiary of the
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has a major impact on daily functioning and quality of life and is characterized by a huge socio-economic burden, with at least 50 million persons affected worldwide. There is