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DYT1 dystonia, a common and severe primary dystonia, is caused by a 3-bp deletion in TOR1A which encodes torsinA, a protein found in the endoplasmic reticulum. Several cellular functions are altered by the mutant protein, but at a systems level the link between these and the symptoms of the disease is unclear. The most effective known therapy for DYT1… (More)
Onychocola canadensis is a new fungus responsible of onychomycosis only isolated until now from Canada and New Zealand. We present the first European cases of onychomycosis caused by this fungus.