The chromosome 9 ALS and FTD locus is probably derived from a single founder

K. Mok, B.J. Traynor, J. Schymick, P.J. Tienari, H. Laaksovirta, T. Peuralinna, L. Myllykangas, A. Chio, A. Shatunov, B.F. Boeve, A.L. Boxer, M. Jesus-Hernandez, I.R. Mackenzie, A. Waite, N. Williams, H.R. Morris, J. Simon-Sanchez, J.C. van Swieten, P. Heutink, G. RestagnoG. Mora, K.E. Morrison, P.J. Shaw, P.S. Rollinson, A. Al-Chalabi, R. Rademakers, S. Pickering-Brown, R.W. Orrell, M.A. Nalls, J. Hardy

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Pages (from-to)209.e3-209.e8
JournalNeurobiology of Aging
Volume33
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Mok, K., Traynor, B. J., Schymick, J., Tienari, P. J., Laaksovirta, H., Peuralinna, T., ... Hardy, J. (2012). The chromosome 9 ALS and FTD locus is probably derived from a single founder. Neurobiology of Aging, 33(1), 209.e3-209.e8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2011.08.005