Mutations in the Matrin 3 gene cause familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

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@inproceedings{Johnson2014MutationsIT, title={Mutations in the Matrin 3 gene cause familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis}, author={Janel O. Johnson and Erik P. Pioro and Ashley V. Boehringer and Ruth Chia and Howard Feit and Alan E.M. Renton and Hannah A. Pliner and Yevgeniya A Abramzon and Giuseppe Marangi and Brett J. Winborn and Jesse Raphael Gibbs and Michael A. Nalls and Sarah V. Morgan and Maryam Shoai and John Hardy and Alan M. Pittman and Richard W. Orrell and Andrea Malaspina and Katie Claire Louise Sidle and Pietro Fratta and Matthew B. Harms and Robert H. Baloh and Alan Pestronk and Conrad Chris Weihl and Ekaterina A. Rogaeva and Lorne Zinman and Vivian Drory and Giuseppe Borghero and Gabriele Mora and Andrea Calvo and Jeffrey D Rothstein and Carsten Drepper and Michael Sendtner and Andrew Singleton and J. Paul Taylor and Mark Robert Cookson and Gabriella Restagno and Mario Sabatelli and Robert P. Bowser and Adriano Chi{\`o} and Bryan J. Traynor}, booktitle={Nature Neuroscience}, year={2014} }