|Title:||A clinical and genetic study of early-onset and familial parkinsonism in taiwan: An integrated approach combining gene dosage analysis and next-generation sequencing||Authors:||CHIN-HSIEN LIN
|Keywords:||Parkinson's disease; early onset; genetics; next-generation sequencing; parkinsonism||Issue Date:||Apr-2019||Source:||Movement disorders : official journal of the Movement Disorder Society||Journal Volume:||34||Journal Issue:||4||Abstract:||
Recent genetic progress has allowed for the molecular diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. However, genetic causes of PD vary widely in different ethnicities. Mutational frequencies and clinical phenotypes of genes associated with PD in Asian populations are largely unknown. The objective of this study was to identify the mutational frequencies and clinical spectrums of multiple PD-causative genes in a Taiwanese PD cohort.
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