Hernish J Acharya

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EphA4 receptors play an important role in axon guidance during development. Disrupting the expression of these receptors in mice has been shown to modify neuronal connections in the spinal cord and results in the production of a characteristic hopping gait. The EphA4-null mouse has been used in numerous investigations aimed at establishing mechanisms(More)
BACKGROUND Age-related brain changes may contribute to axial features in Parkinson's disease (PD). OBJECTIVES To determine if ventricular volume and white matter high signal changes (WMC) are related to motor signs in PD and controls independent of age. METHODS Patients were rated with the Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (subscore A: tremor,(More)
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