Eyelid Drooping

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Short Gcg Expansions In The Pabp2 Gene Cause Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy

[ PUBLICATION ] ... (dysphagia), eyelid drooping (ptosis) and proximal limb weakness. Unique nuclear filament inclusions in skeletal muscle fibres are its pathological hallmark2. We isolated the poly(A) ...
Known for Pabp2 Gene | Short Gcg Expansions | Polyalanine Tract | Human Pair

Loss Of Nuclear Poly(A)-Binding Protein 1 Causes Defects In Myogenesis And Mrna Biogenesis

[ PUBLICATION ] ... by eyelid drooping, difficulty in swallowing and weakness in the proximal limb muscles. Although significant data from in vitro biochemical assays define the function of PABPN1 in control ...
Known for Pabpn1 Depletion | Protein 1 | Polya Rna | Cell Differentiation

Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy: Recent Advances In The Understanding Of The...

[ PUBLICATION ] ... progressive eyelid drooping, swallowing difficulties and proximal limb weakness. OPMD is caused by a small expansion of a short polyalanine tract in the poly (A) binding protein nuclear 1 ...
Known for Muscular Dystrophy | Molecular Mechanisms | Therapeutic Strategies | Opmd Pathogenesis

Nuclear Inclusions In Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy Consist Of Poly(A)...

[ PUBLICATION ] ... progressive eyelid drooping, swallowing difficulties and proximal limb weakness. The autosomal dominant form of the disease is caused by short (GCG)(8-13) expansions in the PABP2 gene. ...
Known for Nuclear Inclusions | Binding Protein | Polya Rna | Oculopharyngeal Muscular

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Eyelid Drooping If your eyelid droops, it may be a sign of a more serious condition. Drooping eyelids can be caused by a number of factors, including neurological...