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Homozygous Defect in HIV-1 Coreceptor Accounts for Resistance of Some Multiply-Exposed Individuals to HIV-1 Infection
Rare individuals have been multiply exposed to HIV-1 but remain uninfected. The CD4+ T-cells of two of these individuals, designated EU2 and EU3, are highly resistant in vitro to the entry of primaryExpand
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Loss of Huntingtin-Mediated BDNF Gene Transcription in Huntington's Disease
Huntingtin is a 350-kilodalton protein of unknown function that is mutated in Huntington's disease (HD), a neurodegenerative disorder. The mutant protein is presumed to acquire a toxic gain ofExpand
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Integrated Systems Approach Identifies Genetic Nodes and Networks in Late-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease
The genetics of complex disease produce alterations in the molecular interactions of cellular pathways whose collective effect may become clear through the organized structure of molecular networks.Expand
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Dominant phenotypes produced by the HD mutation in STHdh(Q111) striatal cells.
Lengthening a glutamine tract in huntingtin confers a dominant attribute that initiates degeneration of striatal neurons in Huntington's disease (HD). To identify pathways that are candidates for theExpand
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Huntingtin Controls Neurotrophic Support and Survival of Neurons by Enhancing BDNF Vesicular Transport along Microtubules
Polyglutamine expansion (polyQ) in the protein huntingtin is pathogenic and responsible for the neuronal toxicity associated with Huntington's disease (HD). Although wild-type huntingtin possessesExpand
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A novel gene containing a trinucleotide repeat that is expanded and unstable on Huntington's disease chromosomes
The Huntington's disease (HD) gene has been mapped in 4p16.3 but has eluded identification. We have used haplotype analysis of linkage disequilibrium to spotlight a small segment of 4p16.3 as theExpand
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CAG repeat number governs the development rate of pathology in Huntington's disease
We compared the number of CAG repeats, the age at death, and the severity of neuropathology in 89 Huntington's disease brains. We found a linear correlation between the CAG repeat number and theExpand
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Disruption of neurexin 1 associated with autism spectrum disorder.
Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder of complex etiology in which genetic factors play a major role. We have implicated the neurexin 1 (NRXN1) gene in two independent subjects who display anExpand
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Venezuelan kindreds reveal that genetic and environmental factors modulate Huntington's disease age of onset.
Huntington's disease (HD) is an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative disease caused by a triplet (CAG) expansion mutation. The length of the triplet repeat is the most important factor in determiningExpand
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A compendium of gene expression in normal human tissues.
This study creates a compendium of gene expression in normal human tissues suitable as a reference for defining basic organ systems biology. Using oligonucleotide microarrays, we analyze 59 samplesExpand
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