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Academic Article Modeling key pathological features of frontotemporal dementia with C9ORF72 repeat expansion in iPSC-derived human neurons.
Academic Article FTD/ALS-associated poly(GR) protein impairs the Notch pathway and is recruited by poly(GA) into cytoplasmic inclusions.
Academic Article Differential Toxicity of Nuclear RNA Foci versus Dipeptide Repeat Proteins in a Drosophila Model of C9ORF72 FTD/ALS.
Academic Article GGGGCC microsatellite RNA is neuritically localized, induces branching defects, and perturbs transport granule function.
Academic Article GGGGCC repeat expansion in C9orf72 compromises nucleocytoplasmic transport.
Academic Article Spt4 selectively regulates the expression of C9orf72 sense and antisense mutant transcripts.
Academic Article Poly(GR) in C9ORF72-Related ALS/FTD Compromises Mitochondrial Function and Increases Oxidative Stress and DNA Damage in iPSC-Derived Motor Neurons.
Academic Article Insights into C9ORF72-Related ALS/FTD from Drosophila and iPSC Models.
Academic Article C9ORF72-ALS/FTD-associated poly(GR) binds Atp5a1 and compromises mitochondrial function in vivo.
Academic Article Production of poly(GA) in C9ORF72 patient motor neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells.
Academic Article Transcription elongation factor AFF2/FMR2 regulates expression of expanded GGGGCC repeat-containing C9ORF72 allele in ALS/FTD.
Academic Article CRISPR deletion of the C9ORF72 promoter in ALS/FTD patient motor neurons abolishes production of dipeptide repeat proteins and rescues neurodegeneration.
Academic Article Translation of the poly(GR) frame in C9ORF72-ALS/FTD is regulated by cis-elements involved in alternative splicing.
Academic Article Ribosome profiling reveals novel regulation of C9ORF72 GGGGCC repeat-containing RNA translation.
Concept C9orf72 Protein
Academic Article Excessive release of inorganic polyphosphate by ALS/FTD astrocytes causes non-cell-autonomous toxicity to motoneurons.
Academic Article How villains are made: The translation of dipeptide repeat proteins in C9ORF72-ALS/FTD.
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