... disorders that damage muscles or nerves, such as Parkinsondisease, diabetes, or muscular dystrophy. Additionally, the condition is a feature of an inherited disease called mitochondrial neurogastrointestinal encephalopathy disease (MNGIE disease) that affects the ...
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... http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/results?term=genetics+AND+Parkinson%27s+disease .
Mitochondria: These cellular energy factories may play a central role in PD. NINDS-funded scientists have found that hundreds of genes
involved in mitochondrial function are less active in people with PD. ...
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... 2014:195793 Ten years on: Genetic screening for mitochondrialdisease in Ireland
O'Brien M, et al. Clin ... Dear PH, Doerig C, Gruber A, Ivens AC, Parkinson J, Rajandream MA, Shirley MW, Wan KL, Berriman ...
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... symptoms and behavioral problems
associated with the disorders.
Parkinson’s disease dementia. Some studies suggest that the cholin- ... largely
made up of a protein called tau.
Parkinson’s disease dementia —a secondary dementia that sometimes occurs ...
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... problems can develop after a
TBI. These include Parkinson's disease and other motor problems, Alzheimer's disease, dementia ... protein that helps transport cholesterol through the bloodstream.)
Parkinson's disease and other motor problems - Movement disorders as ...
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Parkinson’s disease. Some research shows that taking coenzyme Q- ...
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