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Mutations of the PINK1 gene cause selective degeneration of the midbrain dopaminergic neurons in autosomal recessive juvenile Parkinson's disease (PD) 1.
Structure of the Parkin in-between-ring domain; Autosomal recessive juvenile PD (ARJP) is an early-onset ( 40 years of age) form of the disease that is
familial autosomal recessive juvenile PD (AR-JP; Lücking et al., 2000). The prevalence of parkin mutations in AR-JP sug-gests a dominant role for parkin in...
BMC Medical Genetics Research article Open Access; form, autosomal recessive juvenile PD [5,6,11]. The fre-quency of PARK2 mutations in patients with sporadic
The human parkin protein (accession; The IBR domains are usually located in between pairs of zinc; subsequently leading to autosomal recessive juvenile PD.