NHLRC1 gene

Known as: bA204B7.2, MALIN, NHL REPEAT-CONTAINING 1 GENE 
 

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1975-2017
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2012
2012
Lafora disease (LD), a fatal neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the presence of intracellular inclusions called Lafora… (More)
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2011
2011
Lafora progressive myoclonus epilepsy [LD (Lafora disease)] is a fatal autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disorder caused by… (More)
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2010
2010
PURPOSE Lafora disease (LD) is an autosomal recessive form of progressive myoclonus epilepsy with onset in childhood or… (More)
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2010
2010
Lafora disease (LD) is an autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disorder caused by mutation in either the dual specificity… (More)
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2009
2009
Lafora disease (LD), a progressive form of inherited epilepsy, is associated with widespread neurodegeneration and the formation… (More)
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2009
2009
R5/PTG is one of the glycogen targeting subunits of type 1 protein phosphatase, a master regulator of glycogen synthesis. R5/PTG… (More)
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2008
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2008
Lafora progressive myoclonus epilepsy (LD) is a fatal autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the… (More)
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2008
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2008
Lafora disease (LD) is an autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disease that results in progressive myoclonus epilepsy and death… (More)
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2005
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2005
Lafora disease (LD) is a fatal form of progressive myoclonus epilepsy caused by recessive mutations in either a gene encoding a… (More)
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2005
2005
Lafora progressive myoclonus epilepsy, caused by defective laforin or malin, insidiously present in normal teenagers with… (More)
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