Table 1.
ID#AgeSexPMIEthnicityAge of onsetAutopsy diagnosisEducationFamily historyMMSECDRBNT
  463M11Cauc49AD12No011
 4180F2Cauc68AD16Mother, sister0NANA
10782F2.5Cauc69AD11Cousin1NANA
16173M7.5Cauc64AD/MID12Mother, brother (Parkinson’s)0NANA
20681F4Cauc65AD14No1NANA
23572M2.3Cauc61AD13Two aunts0NANA
34291F5Cauc77AD12NONA3NA
53866F3Cauc57AD12Mother, grandmother9221
59575F3.5Cauc57ADNAMother, uncleNA3NA
60281F2.2CaucNAADNANANANANA
 9577F3.3CaucNot applNorm12Brother, grandmother, two uncles30052
34383M14Af-AmNot applNormNANANANANA
35171M11.5Af-AmNot applNormNANANANANA
35964M11CaucNot applNormNANANANANA
38138M8.5NANot applNormNANANANANA
55982F17CaucNot applNorm12No27054
61233M7Af-AmNot applNormNANANANANA
  • PMI, Postmortem interval is given in hours; NA, not available; Not appl, not applicable; MMSE, Mini Mental State Examination [where a score of 22 or less (of a possible 30) indicates dementia]; CDR, Clinical Dementia Rating (where 0 = normal and 3 = moderate dementia); BNT, Boston Naming Test (where the highest score is 60); Cauc, Caucasian; Af-Am, African-American.