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Lancet Neurology, The, ISSN 1474-4422, 2010, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 149 - 158
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Brain Stimulation, ISSN 1935-861X, 2014, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp. e22 - e22
Journal Article
by Kappos, Ludwig and Bar-Or, Amit and Cree, Bruce A C and Fox, Robert J and Giovannoni, Gavin and Gold, Ralf and Vermersch, Patrick and Arnold, Douglas L and Arnould, Sophie and Scherz, Tatiana and Wolf, Christian and Wallström, Erik and Dahlke, Frank and Achiron, Anat and Achtnichts, Lutz and Agan, Kadriye and Akman-Demir, Gulsen and Allen, Alison B and Antel, Jack P and Antiguedad, Alfredo Rodriguez and Apperson, Michelle and Applebee, Angela M and Ayuso, Guillermo Izquierdo and Baba, Masayuki and Bajenaru, Ovidiu and Balasa, Rodica and Balci, Belgin Petek and Barnett, Michael and Bass, Ann and Becker, Veit U and Bejinariu, Mihaela and Bergh, Florian Then and Bergmann, Arnfin and Bernitsas, Evanthia and Berthele, Achim and Bhan, Virender and Bischof, Felix and Bjork, Randall John and Blevins, Gregg and Boehringer, Matthias and Boerner, Thomas and Bonek, Robert and Bowen, James D and Bowling, Allen and Boyko, Alexey N and Boz, Cavit and Bracknies, Vera and Braune, Stefan and Brescia Morra, Vincenzo and Brochet, Bruno and Brola, Waldemar and Brownstone, Paul Kenneth and Brozman, Miroslav and Brunet, Donald and Buraga, Ioan and Burnett, Margaret and Buttmann, Mathias and Butzkueven, Helmut and Cahill, Jonathan and Calkwood, Jonathan C and Camu, William and Cascione, Mark and Castelnovo, Giovani and Centonze, Diego and Cerqueira, Joao and Chan, Andrew and Cimprichova, Andrea and Cohan, Stanley and Comi, Giancarlo and Conway, Jill and Cooper, Joanna A and Corboy, John and Correale, Jorge and Costell, Brian and Cottrell, David A and Coyle, Patricia K and Craner, Matthew and Cui, Liying and Cunha, Luis and Czlonkowska, Anna and da Silva, Ana Martins and de Sa, Joao and de Seze, Jérôme and Debouverie, Marc and Debruyne, Jan and Decoo, Danny and Defer, Gilles and Derfuss, Tobias and Deri, Norma H and Dihenia, Bhupesh and Dioszeghy, Peter and Donath, Vladimir and Dubois, Benedicte and Duddy, Martin and Duquette, Pierre and Edan, Gilles and Efendi, Husnu and Elias, Stanton and Emrich, Peter J and Estruch, Bonaventura Casanova and ... and EXPAND Clinical Investigators and Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology and Sahlgrenska akademin and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Sahlgrenska Academy and Institutionen för neurovetenskap och fysiologi
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 03/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10127, pp. 1263 - 1273
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by Frank, Samuel and Testa, Claudia M and Stamler, David and Kayson, Elise and Davis, Charles and Edmondson, Mary C and Kinel, Shari and Leavitt, Blair and Oakes, David and O’Neill, Christine and Vaughan, Christina and Goldstein, Jody and Herzog, Margaret and Snively, Victoria and Whaley, Jacquelyn and Wong, Cynthia and Suter, Greg and Jankovic, Joseph and Jimenez-Shahed, Joohi and Hunter, Christine and Claassen, Daniel O and Roman, Olivia C and Sung, Victor and Smith, Jenna and Janicki, Sarah and Clouse, Ronda and Saint-Hilaire, Marie and Hohler, Anna and Turpin, Denyse and James, Raymond C and Rodriguez, Ramon and Rizer, Kyle and Anderson, Karen E and Heller, Hope and Carlson, Alexis and Criswell, Susan and Racette, Brad A and Revilla, Fredy J and Nucifora, Frederick and Margolis, Russell L and Ong, MaryJane and Mendis, Tilak and Mendis, Neila and Singer, Carlos and Quesada, Monica and Paulsen, Jane S and Brashers-Krug, Thomas and Miller, Amanda and Kerr, Jane and Dubinsky, Richard M and Gray, Carolyn and Factor, Stewart A and Sperin, Elaine and Molho, Eric and Eglow, Mary and Evans, Sharon and Kumar, Rajeev and Reeves, Christina and Samii, Ali and Chouinard, Sylvain and Beland, Monica and Scott, Burton L and Hickey, Patrick T and Esmail, Sherali and Fung, Wai Lun Alan and Gibbons, Clare and Qi, Lina and Colcher, Amy and Hackmyer, Cory and McGarry, Andrew and Klos, Kevin and Gudesblatt, Mark and Fafard, Lori and Graffitti, Laura and Schneider, Daniel P and Dhall, Rohit and Wojcieszek, Joanne M and LaFaver, Kathrin and Duker, Andrew and Neefus, Erin and Wilson-Perez, Hilary and Shprecher, David and Wall, Paola and Blindauer, Karen A and Wheeler, Lynn and Boyd, James T and Houston, Emily and Farbman, Eric S and Agarwal, Pinky and Eberly, Shirley W and Watts, Arthur and Tariot, Pierre N and Feigin, Andrew and Evans, Scott and Beck, Chris and Orme, Constance and Edicola, Jon and Christopher, Emily and Huntington Study Grp and Huntington Study Group
JAMA, ISSN 0098-7484, 07/2016, Volume 316, Issue 1, pp. 40 - 50
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Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, ISSN 1094-7159, 09/2011, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp. 432 - 435
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Muscle & Nerve, ISSN 0148-639X, 03/1988, Volume 11, Issue 3, pp. 227 - 230
Abnormalities of GM2 ganglioside metabolism owing to hexosaminidase A (Hex A) deficiency have been associated with ALS phenotypes. The clinical features... 
Hexosaminidase A | Prospective Studies | Age Factors | Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - genetics | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Leukocytes - enzymology | beta-N-Acetylhexosaminidases - deficiency | Phenotype | Genes, Dominant | Jews | Female | Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - enzymology
Journal Article
01/2019, ISBN 1392717825
This project argues that changes to operatic vocal writing in the late nineteenth century prompted Austro-German operagoers to radically expand their... 
Political science | Music history
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