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Rare autosomal dominant mutations in GNAL are associated with primary torsion dystonia

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  • A Kaur

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    • Department of Medical Genetics, Center of Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
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e-mail: akaur@cmmt.ubc.ca

Abstract

Mutations in GNAL cause primary torsion dystonia

Fuchs et al. (2013)

Nature Genetics 45: 88–92.

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