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Interaction of FUS and HDAC1 regulates DNA damage response and repair in neurons
Defects in DNA repair have been extensively linked to neurodegenerative diseases, but the exact mechanisms remain poorly understood. We found that FUS, an RNA/DNA-binding protein that has been linkedExpand
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Beta oscillations in freely moving Parkinson's subjects are attenuated during deep brain stimulation
Investigations into the effect of deep brain stimulation (DBS) on subthalamic (STN) beta (13‐30 Hz) oscillations have been performed in the perioperative period with the subject tethered toExpand
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Homotypic Regulation of Neuronal Morphology and Connectivity in the Mouse Retina
The establishment of neuronal circuitry during development relies upon the action of cell-intrinsic mechanisms that specify neuronal form as well as plastic processes that require the transmission ofExpand
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Auditory cueing in Parkinson's patients with freezing of gait. What matters most: Action-relevance or cue-continuity?
Gait disturbances are a common feature of Parkinson's disease, one of the most severe being freezing of gait. Sensory cueing is a common method used to facilitate stepping in people with Parkinson's.Expand
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Sixty Hertz Neurostimulation Amplifies Subthalamic Neural Synchrony in Parkinson’s Disease
High frequency subthalamic nucleus (STN) deep brain stimulation (DBS) improves the cardinal motor signs of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and attenuates STN alpha/beta band neural synchrony in aExpand
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Clinical Features and Laboratory Findings of Travelers Returning to South Australia with Dengue Virus Infection
Reported cases of dengue are rising in South Australia (SA) in travellers returning from dengue-endemic regions. We have undertaken a retrospective analysis to identify the clinical and laboratoryExpand
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