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A Case of Ataxia, Seizure, and Choreoathetosis in a 34-year-old Woman
Neurol 89:e220-e223, Xiao, F. & Wang, X.F., 2017

Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 2: Clinicogenetic Aspects, Mechanistic Insights, and Management Approaches
Front Neurol doi:10.3389/fneur.2017.00472, Velazquez-Perez, L.C.,et al, 2017

Leukodystrophy and Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy Disclosing DRPLA
Neurol 86:e58-e59, Sgobbi de Souza, P.V.,et al, 2016

A 40-year old Woman with Difficulty Going Down Stairs in High-Heeled Shoes
Ann Neurol 77:1-7, Scripko, P.,et al, 2015

Degenerative Diseases of the Nervous System, Kennedy Syndrome (X-Linked Bulbospinal Muscular Atrophy)
Adams & Victors Principles of Neurology, Chp 39, pg 1119, Ropper, A.H.,et al, 2014

CAG Repeat Expansion in Huntington Disease Determines Age at Onset in a Fully Dominant Fashion
Neurol 78:690-695, Lee,J.M.,et al, 2012

Huntingtons Disease
BMJ 341:34-40, Novak,M.J. &Tabrizi,S.J., 2010

The Association of CAG Repeat Length with Clinical Progression in Huntington Disease
Neurol 66:1016-1020, Rosenblatt,A.,et al, 2006

Kennedy Disease
Arch Neurol 60:893-894, Paparounas,K.,et al, 2003

Jaw Drop in Kennedy's Disease
Neurol 59:1471-1472, Sumner,C.J. &Fischbeck,K.H., 2002

SCA-12: Tremor with Cerebellar and Cortical Atrophy is Associated with a CAG Repeat Expansion
Neruol 56:299-303,287, O'Hearn,E.,et al, 2001

Family History and DNA Analysis in Patients With Suspected Huntington's Disease
JNNP 69:54-59, Siesling,S. et al, 2000

Progressive Atrophy of Cerebellum & Brainstem, Age & Size of Expanded CAG Repeats in the MJDI Gene in Machado-Joseph Dis
Ann Neurol 43:288-296, Onokera,O.,et al, 1998

iH NMR Spectroscopy Studies of Huntington's Disease, Correlations with CAG Repeat Numbers
Neurol 50:1357-1365, Jenkins,B.G.,et al, 1998

Patients with Features Similar to Huntington's Disease, Without CAG Expansion in Huntingtin
Neurol 51:215-220, Rosenblatt,A.,et al, 1998

Fluid Attenuation Inversion Recovery (FLAIR) Images of Dentatorubropalliodoluysian Atrophy:Case Report
JNNP 65:396-399, Yoshii,F.,et al, 1998

CAG Repeat Number Correlates with the Rate of Brainstem and Cerebellar Atrophy in Machado-Joseph Disease
Neurol 51:882-884, Abe,Y.,et al, 1998

Incidence of Dominant Spinocerebellar and Friedreich Triplet Repeats Among 361 Ataxic Families
Neurol 51:1666-1671, Moseley,M.L.,et al, 1998

Atrophy of Cerebellum & Brainstem in Dentatorubral Pallidoluysian Atrophy, CAG Repeat Size on MRI Findings
Neurol 49:1605-1612, Koide,R.,et al, 1997

Machado-Joseph Disease in 4 Chinese Pedigrees:Molecular Analysis of 15 Pts
Neurol 48:482-485, Zhou,Y.X.,et al, 1997

CAG Repeat Number Governs the Development Rate of Pathology in Huntington's Disease
Ann Neurol 41:689-692, Penney,J.B.,et al, 1997

Spinobulbar Muscular Atrophy Can Mimic ALS:The Importance of Genetic Testing in Male Patients with Atypical ALS
Neurol 49:568-572, Parboosingh,J.S.,et al, 1997

The Expansion of the CAG Repeat in Ataxin-2 is a Frequent Cause of Autosomal Dominant Spinocerebellar Ataxia
Neurol 49:1009-1013, Lorenzetti,D.,et al, 1997

Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 6, Molecular & Clin Features of 35 Japanese Pts (1 Homozygous for CAG Repeat Expan)
Neurol 49:1238-1243, 11961997., Matsumura,R.,et al, 1997

Genetic Testing of Children at Risk for Huntington's Disease
Neurol 49:1048-1053, Nance,M.A.,et al, 1997

Trinucleotide Repeat Length and Clinical Progression in Huntington's Disease
Neurol 46:527-531, Brandt,J.,et al, 1996

Psychiatric Symptoms Do Not Correlate with Cognitive Decline, Motor Sympt or CAG Repeat Length in Huntington's
Arch Neurol 53:493-497, Zappacosta,B.,et al, 1996

Motor Changes in Presymptomatic Huntington Disease Gene Carriers
Arch Neurol 53:487-492, Siemers,E.,et al, 1996

Diagnosis of Patients Presenting to a Huntington Disease (HD) Clinic without a Family History of HD
Neurol 47:1578-1580, Nance,M.A.,et al, 1996

Relationship Between Trinucleotide Repeats and Neuropathological Changes in Huntington's Disease
Ann Neurol 39:132-136, Furtado,S.,et al, 1996

Dopa-Responsive parkinsonism Phenotype of Machado-Jospeh Disease:Confirmation of 14q CAG Expansion
Ann Neurol 48:684-687, Tuite,P.J.,et al, 1995

Clinical, Neuropath & Genetic Studies of Large Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 1 (SCA1) Kindred: (CAG) n Early Premonitory Signs & Symp
Neurol 45:24-30, Genis,D.,et al, 1995

Autosomal Dominant Cerebellar Phenotypes:The Genotype has Settled the Issue
Neurol 45:1-5, Rosenberg,R.N., 1995

Correlations Between Triplet Repeat Expansion and Clinical Features in Huntington's Disease
Arch Neurol 113:749-753, Claes,S.,et al, 1995

Dentatorubral-Pallidoluysian Atrophy:Clin Features Closely Related to Unstable Expansion of Trinucleotide (CAG) Repeat
Ann Neurol 37:769-775, Ikeuchi,T.,et al, 1995

Mutation Analysis in Patients with Possible but Apparently Sporadic Huntington's Disease
Lancet 344:714-717, Davis,M.B.,et al, 1994

Trinucleotide Repeat Expansion in Neurological Disease
Ann Neurol 36:814-822, LaSpada,A.R.,et al, 1994



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