Human genetics and neuropathology suggest a link between miR-218 and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis pathophysiology

Irit Reichenstein, Chen Eitan, Sandra Diaz-Garcia, Guy Haim, Iddo Magen, Aviad Siany, Mariah L. Hoye, Natali Rivkin, Tsviya Olender, Beata Toth, Revital Ravid, Amitai D. Mandelbaum, Eran Yanowski, Jing Liang, Jeffrey K. Rymer, Rivka Levy, Gilad Beck, Elena Ainbinder, Sali M.K. Farhan, Kimberly A. LennoxNicole M. Bode, Mark A. Behlke, Thomas Möller, Smita Saxena, Cristiane A.M. Moreno, Giancarlo Costaguta, Kristel R. van Eijk, Hemali Phatnani, Ammar Al-Chalabi, A. Nazli Başak, Leonard H. van den Berg, Orla Hardiman, John E. Landers, Jesus S. Mora, Karen E. Morrison, Pamela J. Shaw, Jan H. Veldink, Samuel L. Pfaff, Ofer Yizhar, Christina Gross, Robert H. Brown, John M. Ravits, Matthew B. Harms, Timothy M. Miller, Eran Hornstein

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