A nonsense mutation in CHCHD2 in a patient with Parkinson disease.

  title={A nonsense mutation in CHCHD2 in a patient with Parkinson disease.},
  author={Eva Koschmidder and Anne Weissbach and Norbert Br{\"u}ggemann and Meike Kasten and Christine Klein and Katja Lohmann},
  volume={86 6},
Eva Koschmidder, MSc Anne Weissbach, MD Norbert Brüggemann, MD Meike Kasten, MD Christine Klein, MD Katja Lohmann, PhD A NONSENSE MUTATION IN CHCHD2 IN A PATIENT WITH PARKINSON DISEASE While Parkinson disease (PD) was for many years regarded as a textbook example of a nongenetic disease, this view has dramatically changed over the past 2 decades with the identification of a number of genes, mutations in which cause monogenic PD. In recent years, the identification of disease genes was… CONTINUE READING
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