cge12283-sup-0001-FigureS1.jpgJPEG image174KFig. S1. Strategy of investigation.
cge12283-sup-0002-FigureS2.tiffTIFF image1521KFig. S2. Geographical origins of HD-like individuals of the present series.
cge12283-sup-0003-FigureS3.docWord document95KFig. S3. Correlation between expanded repeats and age-at-onset in (a) HD and (b) HDL2 patients. Arrows depict those patients with intermediate alleles in trans: red arrows were seen in earlier ages at onset; purple arrows, in later ages at onset.
cge12283-sup-0004-FigureS4.tiffTIFF image1521KFig. S4. Brain magnetic resonance imaging of two HDL2 patients. Images (a–d): patient 38, 48 years, 4 years after onset (published in Santos et al. 2008). Images (e–h): patient 57, 40 years (in 2004), 4 years after onset. Coronal T2-weighted images show severe caudate head atrophy (a, e) in both individuals. Axial T2-weighted images show diffuse basal ganglia atrophy in patient 38 (b–d), less extensive in the patient 57 (g, h). White matter lesions and brain atrophy are also present.

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