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Figure 3: The concentrations of osteopontin in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) were significantly higher compared to peripheral blood in patients with other noninflammatory neurologic diseases (OND, ), clinically stable mild cognitive impairment patients (MCInc, ), mild cognitive impairment converters (MCIc, ), newly diagnosed AD (ADn, ), and chronical AD patients (ADc, ).