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Journal of molecular neuroscience, ISSN 1559-1166, 2011, Volume 45, Issue 3, pp. 384 - 389
A clinically and pathologically heterogeneous type of frontotemporal lobar degeneration has abnormal tau pathology in neurons and glia (FTLD-tau... 
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Lancet Neurology, The, ISSN 1474-4422, 2012, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 54 - 65
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by Pottier, Cyril and Zhou, Xiaolai and Perkerson, Ralph B and Baker, Matt and Jenkins, Gregory D and Serie, Daniel J and Ghidoni, Roberta and Benussi, Luisa and Binetti, Giuliano and López de Munain, Adolfo and Zulaica, Miren and Moreno, Fermin and Le Ber, Isabelle and Pasquier, Florence and Hannequin, Didier and Sánchez-Valle, Raquel and Antonell, Anna and Lladó, Albert and Parsons, Tammee M and Finch, NiCole A and Finger, Elizabeth C and Lippa, Carol F and Huey, Edward D and Neumann, Manuela and Heutink, Peter and Synofzik, Matthis and Wilke, Carlo and Rissman, Robert A and Slawek, Jaroslaw and Sitek, Emilia and Johannsen, Peter and Nielsen, Jørgen E and Ren, Yingxue and van Blitterswijk, Marka and DeJesus-Hernandez, Mariely and Christopher, Elizabeth and Murray, Melissa E and Bieniek, Kevin F and Evers, Bret M and Ferrari, Camilla and Rollinson, Sara and Richardson, Anna and Scarpini, Elio and Fumagalli, Giorgio G and Padovani, Alessandro and Hardy, John and Momeni, Parastoo and Ferrari, Raffaele and Frangipane, Francesca and Maletta, Raffaele and Anfossi, Maria and Gallo, Maura and Petrucelli, Leonard and Suh, EunRan and Lopez, Oscar L and Wong, Tsz H and van Rooij, Jeroen G J and Seelaar, Harro and Mead, Simon and Caselli, Richard J and Reiman, Eric M and Noel Sabbagh, Marwan and Kjolby, Mads and Nykjaer, Anders and Karydas, Anna M and Boxer, Adam L and Grinberg, Lea T and Grafman, Jordan and Spina, Salvatore and Oblak, Adrian and Mesulam, M-Marsel and Weintraub, Sandra and Geula, Changiz and Hodges, John R and Piguet, Olivier and Brooks, William S and Irwin, David J and Trojanowski, John Q and Lee, Edward B and Josephs, Keith A and Parisi, Joseph E and Ertekin-Taner, Nilüfer and Knopman, David S and Nacmias, Benedetta and Piaceri, Irene and Bagnoli, Silvia and Sorbi, Sandro and Gearing, Marla and Glass, Jonathan and Beach, Thomas G and Black, Sandra E and Masellis, Mario and Rogaeva, Ekaterina and Vonsattel, Jean-Paul and Honig, Lawrence S and Kofler, Julia and Bruni, Amalia C and Snowden, Julie and Mann, David and Pickering-Brown, Stuart and ...
Lancet neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 06/2018, Volume 17, Issue 6, pp. 548 - 558
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by Van Deerlin, Vivianna M and Sleiman, Patrick M A and Martinez-Lage, Maria and Chen-Plotkin, Alice and Wang, Li-San and Graff-Radford, Neill R and Dickson, Dennis W and Rademakers, Rosa and Boeve, Bradley F and Grossman, Murray and Arnold, Steven E and Mann, David M A and Pickering-Brown, Stuart M and Seelaar, Harro and Heutink, Peter and van Swieten, John C and Murrell, Jill R and Ghetti, Bernardino and Spina, Salvatore and Grafman, Jordan and Hodges, John and Spillantini, Maria Grazia and Gilman, Sid and Lieberman, Andrew P and Kaye, Jeffrey A and Woltjer, Randall L and Bigio, Eileen H and Mesulam, Marsel and al-Sarraj, Safa and Troakes, Claire and Rosenberg, Roger N and White, Charles L and Ferrer, Isidro and Lladó, Albert and Neumann, Manuela and Kretzschmar, Hans A and Hulette, Christine Marie and Welsh-Bohmer, Kathleen A and Miller, Bruce L and Alzualde, Ainhoa and de Munain, Adolfo Lopez and McKee, Ann C and Gearing, Marla and Levey, Allan I and Lah, James J and Hardy, John and Rohrer, Jonathan D and Lashley, Tammaryn and Mackenzie, Ian R A and Feldman, Howard H and Hamilton, Ronald L and Dekosky, Steven T and van der Zee, Julie and Kumar-Singh, Samir and Van Broeckhoven, Christine and Mayeux, Richard and Vonsattel, Jean Paul G and Troncoso, Juan C and Kril, Jillian J and Kwok, John B J and Halliday, Glenda M and Bird, Thomas D and Ince, Paul G and Shaw, Pamela J and Cairns, Nigel J and Morris, John C and McLean, Catriona Ann and DeCarli, Charles and Ellis, William G and Freeman, Stefanie H and Frosch, Matthew P and Growdon, John H and Perl, Daniel P and Sano, Mary and Bennett, David A and Schneider, Julie A and Beach, Thomas G and Reiman, Eric M and Woodruff, Bryan K and Cummings, Jeffrey and Vinters, Harry V and Miller, Carol A and Chui, Helena C and Alafuzoff, Irina and Hartikainen, Päivi and Seilhean, Danielle and Galasko, Douglas and Masliah, Eliezer and Cotman, Carl W and Tuñón, M Teresa and Martínez, M Cristina Caballero and Munoz, David G and Carroll, Steven L and Marson, Daniel and Riederer, Peter F and Bogdanovic, Nenad and Schellenberg, Gerard D and Hakonarson, Hakon and Trojanowski, John Q and Lee, Virginia M-Y
Nature genetics, ISSN 1546-1718, 2010, Volume 42, Issue 3, pp. 234 - 239