Loss- or Gain-of-Function Mutations in ACOX1 Cause Axonal Loss via Different Mechanisms.

Journal: Neuron

Published: 2020-03-09

DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2020.02.021

Affiliations: 23

Authors: 34

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Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, BCM, United States of America (USA) 0.21
Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children's Hospital (NRI), United States of America (USA) 0.11
UC Department of Pediatrics, United States of America (USA) 0.09
Department of Pathology and Immunology, WUSTL, United States of America (USA) 0.09
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM), United States of America (USA) 0.05
UC Division of Human Genetics, United States of America (USA) 0.04
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), United States of America (USA) 0.04
Neurology and Neurogenetics Clinic, Kennedy Krieger Institute, United States of America (USA) 0.04
Department of Biomedical Sciences (BMS), SNU, South Korea 0.04
Department of Pediatrics, SNU, South Korea 0.04
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM), JHU, United States of America (USA) 0.04
Department of Pediatrics, BCM, United States of America (USA) 0.04
Program in Developmental Biology, BCM, United States of America (USA) 0.03
Harvard Department of Psychology, United States of America (USA) 0.03
Department of Neurology, WUSTL, United States of America (USA) 0.03
Department of Neuroscience, BCM, United States of America (USA) 0.02
St. Louis Children's Hospital, United States of America (USA) 0.01
Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM), WUSTL, United States of America (USA) 0.01
Texas Children's Hospital Center for Human Immunobiology, BCM, United States of America (USA) 0.01

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