Pathological relationships involving iron and myelin may constitute a shared mechanism linking various rare and common brain diseases
- Heidari, Moones, Gerami, Sam H., Ryteng, Mina, Olynyk, John K., Trinder, Debbie, Johnstone, Daniel M., Milward, Elizabeth A., Bassett, Brianna, Graham, Ross M., Chua, Anita C.G., Aryal, Ritambhara, House, Michael J., Collingwood, Joanna F., Bettencourt, Conceição, Houldeng, Henry
Gene expression in the brain of mutant mouse models of human iron overload
Brain iron accumulation affects myelin-related molecular systems implicated in a rare neurogenetic disease family with neuropsychiatric features
Brain transcriptome perturbations in the transferrin receptor 2 mutant mouse support the case for brain changes in iron loading disorders, including effects relating to long-term depression and long-term potentiation
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