Neuronal migration disorders

@article{Guerrini2010NeuronalMD,
  title={Neuronal migration disorders},
  author={Renzo Guerrini and Elena Parrini},
  journal={Neurobiology of Disease},
  year={2010},
  volume={38},
  pages={154-166}
}
Lissencephaly-pachygyria-severe band heterotopia are diffuse neuronal migration disorders (NMDs) causing severe, global neurological impairment. Abnormalities of the LIS1, DCX, ARX, TUBA1A and RELN genes have been associated with these malformations. NMDs only affecting subsets of neurons, such as mild subcortical band heterotopia and periventricular heterotopia, cause neurological and cognitive impairment that vary from severe to mild deficits. They have been associated with abnormalities of… CONTINUE READING
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