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Novarino, Gaia (Wien, AUT)

The HSPome: a journey into the genetic landscape of hereditary spastic paraplegias

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Stevanin, Giovanni (Paris, FRA)

Unexpected variants and inheritance in HSP genes

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Züchner, Stephan (Miami, U.S.A.)

Gene identification in HSP, the handling of large scale genomic data, and sharing of genomic results across countries

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Vaz, Frederic (Amsterdam, NED)

Update on lipidomic approaches in disorders affecting complex lipid metabolism

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Schöls, Ludger (Tübingen, GER)

Hereditary Spastic Paraplegias: phenotype and disease course in a cohort of 600 cases

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Schüle, Rebecca (Miami, U.S.A.)

Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia SPG5: Phenotypic determinants, natural history, biomarkers and a treatment strategy

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Allison, Rachel (Cambridge, U.K.)

Spastin's role at endosomes: not just tubules

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Baas, Peter (Philadelphia, U.S.A.)

Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia 4: Mechanism and Therapy from a Microtubule-Biologist’s PerspectiveA

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Winner, Beate (Erlangen, GER)

Human in vitro modeling of HSP

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Edgar, James (Cambridge, U.K.)

Characterising endolysosomal defects in HSP

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Bassi, Maria-Teresa (Lecco, ITA)

Spastizin in hereditary spastic paraplegia type 15: a large and complex protein with different functions

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Blackstone, Craig (Betheshda, U.S.A.)

Lysosomal biogenesis defects in HSP with thin corpus callosum

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Pol, Albert (Barcelona, ESP)

Biogenesis of lipid droplets: lipids, proteins, and sites

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Klemm, Robin (Zürich, SUI)

A role for ER morphology remodeling in lipid droplet size regulation

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Cahir O’Kane (Cambridge, U.K.)

Role of Drosophila intramembrane hairpin proteins in organisation of axonal endoplasmic reticulum

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Rugarli, Elena (Köln, GER)

A link between spastin and lipid metabolism: implications for HSP

 

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