SPASTIC PARAPLEGIA 9, AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT (disorder)
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In 2015–2016, we and others reported ALDH18A1 mutations causing dominant (SPG9A) or recessive (SPG9B) spastic paraplegia. In… Expand In this communication, we describe a technique for creation of a single stage, adequately sized capsulorrhexis in intumescent… Expand Purpose The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between oxidative stress and human vitreous degeneration, using… Expand Cataract-induced by sodium selenite in suckling rats is one of the suitable animal models to study the basic mechanism of human… Expand &NA; Surgical expertise, prolonged surgical time, suture‐related problems, and delayed intraocular lens (IOL) subluxation or… Expand Background: Hereditary spastic paraparesis (HPS) linked to mutations in the spastin gene (SPG4) is considered to be a pure form… Expand Quantitative changes in the 330 nm absorbing chromophores and 350/450 nm fluorophores of water-soluble (WS) and water-insoluble… Expand We have recently observed a large pedigree with a new rare autosomal dominant spastic paraparesis. In three subsequent… Expand The clinical features of four families with autosomal dominant spastic paraparesis (FSP) are described, along with the results of… Expand We have measured all the essential fatty acids (EFA) in plasma phospholipids in forty‐one adults with atopic eczema and fifty… Expand