Huntington disease


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Hunt·ing·ton dis·ease

n. corea; enfermedad de Huntington, padecimiento nervioso que se manifiesta en movimientos abruptos coordinados aunque involuntarios de las extremidades y los músculos faciales;
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Global Markets Direct's, 'Huntington Disease - Pipeline Review, H1 2016', provides an overview of the Huntington Disease pipeline landscape.
In conjunction with the Huntington Disease Society of America (HDSA) Los Angeles Chapter, they've chartered a boat to go whale watching, an uplifting and life affirming experience.
Objective: The objective was to review the major differences of Huntington disease (HD) in Asian population from those in the Caucasian population.
The family asks that memorial contributions be made to the Huntington Disease Society of America (HDSA) through their secure web site or by mailing to: HDSA, 505 Eighth Avenue, Suite 902, NY, NY 10018.
A trial conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital has uncovered a benefit for creatine in delaying the symptoms of the inherited neurodegenerative disorder known as Huntington disease in asymptomatic adults.
Washington, Feb 14 ( ANI ): Scientists have discovered a promising new therapy for Huntington disease that restores lost motor skills and may delay or stop the progression of the disease based on lab model tests.
CANADA--After transplanting fetal neural tissue into the brains of patients with Huntington disease, surgeons were disappointed that the procedure failed to slow or stop disease progression.
Characterization and localization of the Huntington disease gene product.
A common SNP haplotype provides molecular proof of a founder effect of Huntington disease linking two South African populations.
Huntington disease (HD) is a dominantly inherited neurodegenerative disorder first described in the literature by George Huntington during the 19th century (Huntington, 1872).
For example, defects in the acetylation/deacetylation machinery occur in tumors and in Huntington disease.

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