Huntington’s Disease : Pathogenic Mechanisms and Implications for Therapeutics, Paperback / softback Book

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Huntington's disease (HD) is one of the most common dominantly inherited neurodegenerative disorders, characterized by a clinical triad of movement disorder, cognitive deficits, and psychiatric symptoms.

Huntington’s Disease: Pathogenic Mechanisms and Implications for Therapeutics reviews the most up-do-date content on HD pathogenic mechanisms and cutting-edge thinking on therapeutic strategies for HD.

Chapters explore areas that include the clinical features and genetic studies of HD, the cellular and molecular biology of normal huntingtin, a range of HD models, the diverse pathogenic mechanisms linked to mutant huntingtin, new approaches to HD pathogenesis, as well as emerging preclinical therapeutic approaches and clinical programs in the field.


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