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The spinocerebellar ataxias (SCAs) are a group of dominantly inherited diseases that share the defining feature of progressive cerebellar ataxia. The disease process, however, is not confined to the cerebellum; other areas of the brain, in particular, the brainstem, are also affected, resulting...
Artificial intelligence (AI)‐based diagnostic algorithms have achieved ambitious aims through automated image pattern recognition. For neurological disorders, this includes neurodegeneration and inflammation. Scalable imaging technology for big data in neurology is optical coherence tomography...
Schwannomas are benign neoplasms that can cause gain‐ and loss‐of‐function neurological phenotypes, including severe, intractable pain. To investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying schwannoma‐associated pain we compared the RNA sequencing profile of painful and non‐painful schwannomas from...
Synaptic loss is an early and clinically relevant feature of many neurodegenerative diseases. Here we assess three adults at risk of frontotemporal dementia from C9orf72 mutation, using [11C]UCB‐J PET to quantify synaptic density in comparison with 19 healthy controls and one symptomatic patient...
Despite newly available treatments for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), novel circulating biomarkers are still critically necessary to track SMA progression and therapeutic response. To identify potential biomarkers, we performed whole‐blood RNA sequencing analysis in SMA type 1 subjects under 1...
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