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The HD mutation does not alter neuronal death in the striatum of Hdh(Q92) knock-in mice after mild focal ischemia.

Namura S., Hirt L., Wheeler V.C., McGinnis K.M., Hilditch-Maguire P., Moskowitz M.A., MacDonald M.E., Persichetti F.

Neurobiol. Dis. 11:147-154(2002) · Mapped (2)

The HD mutation causes progressive lethal neurological disease in mice expressing reduced levels of huntingtin.

Auerbach W., Hurlbert M.S., Hilditch-Maguire P., Wadghiri Y.Z., Wheeler V.C., Cohen S.I., Joyner A.L., MacDonald M.E., Turnbull D.H.

Hum. Mol. Genet. 10:2515-2523(2001) · Mapped (2)

Inactivation of the Huntington's disease gene (Hdh) impairs anterior streak formation and early patterning of the mouse embryo.

Woda J.M., Calzonetti T., Hilditch-Maguire P., Duyao M.P., Conlon R.A., MacDonald M.E.

BMC Dev. Biol. 5:17-17(2005) · Mapped (105)

Huntingtin: an iron-regulated protein essential for normal nuclear and perinuclear organelles.

Hilditch-Maguire P., Trettel F., Passani L.A., Auerbach A., Persichetti F., MacDonald M.E.

Hum. Mol. Genet. 9:2789-2797(2000) · Mapped (91)

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