Hereditary Demyelinating Diseases Of The CNS

Hereditary demyelinating diseases of the central nervous systems are caused primarily due to inherited genetic conditions. Examples include Alexander, Canavan, and Pelizaeus-Merzbacher diseases. Here is the latest research.

June 26, 2020

Fatal underhanded chronic enterovirus infection associated with anti-CD20 monotherapy for central nervous system demyelinating disease

Multiple Sclerosis : Clinical and Laboratory Research
Léa LucianiAntoine Nougairède
July 10, 2020

Intracranial calcifications in childhood: Part 2

Pediatric Radiology
Fabricio Guimarães GonçalvesArastoo Vossough
July 1, 2020
Case Report

A recurrent TMEM106B mutation in hypomyelinating leukodystrophy: A rapid diagnostic assay

Brain & Development
Satoru IkemotoHirotomo Saitsu
May 22, 2020

Reaction mechanism of the Me3 AuPMe3 -H2 plasma-enhanced ALD process

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : PCCP
Michiel Van DaeleJolien Dendooven
July 2, 2020

Suppression of proteolipid protein rescues Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease

Nature
Matthew S ElittPaul J Tesar
June 3, 2020

Clinical and radiographic course of arrested cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy

Neurology
Eric J MallackFlorian S Eichler
May 29, 2020

Plasma-assisted friction control of 2D MoS2 made by atomic layer deposition

Nanotechnology
Junjie YangLei Liu
July 9, 2020

Signatures of cell stress and altered bioenergetics in skin fibroblasts from patients with multiple sclerosis

Aging
Jordan M WilkinsClaudia F Lucchinetti
June 26, 2020
Open Access

Human Melanocyte-Derived Spheroids: A Precise Test System for Drug Screening and a Multicellular Unit for Tissue Engineering

Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
Irina M ZurinaIrina N Saburina
June 22, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Trends in mortality of alcoholic liver disease among adults in the United States, 1999-2017

MedRxiv : the Preprint Server for Health Sciences
E. RyuLanjing Zhang

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