Linkage stratification and mutation analysis at the parkin locus identifies mutation positive Parkinson's disease families [1]

W. C. Nichols*, N. Pankratz, S. K. Uniacke, M. W. Pauciulo, C. Halter, A. Rudolph, P. M. Conneally, T. Foroud, J. Carter, R. Camicioli, J. Wojcieszek, M. Fernandez, J. Hubble, A. Rajput, M. Panisset, T. Mendis, D. A. Grimes, C. Serrano Ramos, S. Reich, R. HauserJ. Sanchez-Ramos, T. Zesiewicz, R. Pfeiffer, J. Friedman, H. Fernandez, C. Shults, L. Seeberger, C. O'Brien, R. Pahwa, L. Elmer, D. Jennings, K. Marek, D. Truong, M. Pathak, R. Rodnitzyk, R. Kurlan, P. Tuite, M. Aminoff, K. Marder, P. Lewitt, W. Koller, W. Martin, J. Jankovic, J. Bertoni, S. Factor, F. Walker, U. Jung Kang, M. Stacy, D. Simon, K. Blindauer, B. Manyam, A. Nieves, M. Velickovic, M. F. Gordon, M. Leehey, P. Gordon, J. Rao, A. Dalvi, B. Racette, K. Sethi, L. Sudarsky, R. Saunders Pullman, T. Simuni, R. Dewey, N. Hermanowicz, A. Feigin, V. Calabresse, J. Sutton, T. Ajax, G. D. Podakalny, O. Suchowersky, R. Uitti, L. Shulman

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