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PINK1 (PARK6) associated Parkinson disease in Ireland
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    Journal article
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  • Authors:
    Healy DG, Abou-Sleiman PM, Gibson JM, Ross OA, Jain S, Gandhi S, Gosal D, Muqit MMK, Wood NW, Lynch T
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    1486, 1488
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  • Keywords:
    2, A, AND, Autosomal Recessive, DISEASE, families, FAMILY, GENE, gene mutation, Histories, history, Ireland, JOURNAL, MUTATION, MUTATIONS, Neurology, OF, Parkinson Disease, PATIENT, patients, PREVALENCE, THE
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    WoS ID: 000224732400028 JournalOCT 26865VNNEUROLOGY
Mutations in the PINK1 gene have recently been shown to cause autosomal recessive Parkinson disease (PD). The authors assessed the prevalence of PINK1 gene mutations in 290 well- characterized early- and late-onset PD patients from Ireland. In a 51-year-old PD patient with a family history of PD, the authors identified a novel heterozygous mutation (R147H) in exon 2 of the PINK1 gene. Overall, these data indicate that PINK1 mutations are a rare cause of PD in Ireland
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