Candidate glutamatergic and dopaminergic pathway gene variants do not influence Huntington's disease motor onset

Eliana Marisa Ramos, Jeanne C. Latourelle, Tammy Gillis, Jayalakshmi S. Mysore, Ferdinando Squitieri, Alba Di Pardo, Stefano Di Donato, Cinzia Gellera, Michael R. Hayden, Patrick J. Morrison, Martha Nance, Christopher A. Ross, Russell L. Margolis, Estrella Gomez-Tortosa, Carmen Ayuso, Oksana Suchowersky, Ronald J. Trent, Elizabeth McCusker, Andrea Novelletto, Marina FrontaliRandi Jones, Tetsuo Ashizawa, Samuel Frank, Marie Helene Saint-Hilaire, Steven M. Hersch, Herminia D. Rosas, Diane Lucente, Madaline B. Harrison, Andrea Zanko, Ruth K. Abramson, Karen Marder, James F. Gusella, Jong Min Lee, Isabel Alonso, Jorge Sequeiros, Richard H. Myers, Marcy E. MacDonald

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