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Prion disease and Alzheimer's disease: pathogenic overlap.Academic Article Why?
Familial prion disease with Alzheimer disease-like tau pathology and clinical phenotype.Academic Article Why?
Oxidative damage to nucleic acids in human prion disease.Academic Article Why?
The prion diseases.Academic Article Why?
The prion diseases.Academic Article Why?
The prion diseases: Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker, and related disorders.Academic Article Why?
Inherited prion disease caused by the V210I mutation: transmission to transgenic mice.Academic Article Why?
Prion disease (PrP-A117V) presenting with ataxia instead of dementia.Academic Article Why?
Redox metals and oxidative abnormalities in human prion diseases.Academic Article Why?
Amyotrophy in prion diseases.Academic Article Why?
Controlling new prion diseases.Academic Article Why?
A novel PRNP-G131R variant associated with familial prion disease.Academic Article Why?
Biochemical fingerprints of prion infection: accumulations of aberrant full-length and N-terminally truncated PrP species are common features in mouse prion disease.Academic Article Why?
"Out, damned spot! out, I say!...": issues related to prion decontamination.Academic Article Why?
A novel human disease with abnormal prion protein sensitive to protease.Academic Article Why?
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