Jacqueline Hoyle

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The eukaryotic genome contains a large family of ATPases in which each member has at least one highly conserved domain of approximately 200 amino acids with an ATP binding motif (the "AAA" domain). AAA ATPases play diverse roles in the cell and are of considerable interest to researchers investigating a number of different phenomena, including control of(More)
Autosomal recessive hereditary spastic paraplegia with thin corpus callosum (HSP-TCC) maps to the SPG11 locus in the majority of cases. Mutations in the KIAA1840 gene, encoding spatacsin, have been shown to underlie SPG11-linked HSP-TCC. The aim of this study was to perform candidate gene analysis in HSP-TCC subjects from Asian families and to characterize(More)
Dyggve-Melchior-Clausen syndrome (DMC), a severe autosomal recessive skeletal disorder with mental retardation, is caused by mutation of the gene encoding Dymeclin (DYM). Employing patient fibroblasts with mutations characterized at the genomic and, for the first time, transcript level, we identified profound disruption of Golgi organization as a pathogenic(More)
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