Hexanucleotide Repeat Expansions in c9FTD/ALS and SCA36 Confer Selective Patterns of Neurodegeneration In Vivo

Authors Tiffany W Todd , Zachary T McEachin , Jeannie Chew , Alexander R Burch , Karen Jansen-West , Jimei Tong , Mei Yue , Yuping Song , Monica Castanedes-Casey , Aishe Kurti , Judith H Dunmore , John D Fryer , Yong-Jie Zhang , Beatriz San Millan , Susana Teijeira Bautista , Manuel Arias , Dennis Dickson , Tania F Gendron , María-Jesús Sobrido , Matthew D Disney , Gary J Bassell , Wilfried Rossoll , Leonard Petrucelli 
Details Tiffany W Todd et al; Cell Rep; 2020;
DOI 10.1016/j.celrep.2020.107616
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This study compares different disease-associated repeat expansions and their effects on condensates.