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The underlying mechanisms of various types of hereditary dystonia, a common movement disorder, are still unknown. Recent findings in a genetic model of a type of paroxysmal dystonia, the dt(sz)(More)
In the dt sz mutant hamster with idiopathic generalized dystonia, functional abnormalities of several neurotransmitters have been suggested to play a role in the development of symptoms. In the(More)
In the central nervous system, nitric oxide (NO) is increasingly being considered as a trans-synaptic retrograde messenger, being involved for instance in cellular responses to stimulation of(More)