Poly(GP) proteins are a useful pharmacodynamic marker for C9ORF72-associated amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Tania F. Gendron, Jeannie Chew, Jeannette N. Stankowski, Lindsey R. Hayes, Yong Jie Zhang, Mercedes Prudencio, Yari Carlomagno, Lillian M. Daughrity, Karen Jansen-West, Emilie A. Perkerson, Aliesha O'Raw, Casey Cook, Luc Pregent, Veronique Belzil, Marka Van Blitterswijk, Lilia J. Tabassian, Chris W. Lee, Mei Yue, Jimei Tong, Yuping SongMonica Castanedes-Casey, Linda Rousseau, Virginia Phillips, Dennis W. Dickson, Rosa Rademakers, John D. Fryer, Beth K. Rush, Otto Pedraza, Ana M. Caputo, Pamela Desaro, Carla Palmucci, Amelia Robertson, Michael G. Heckman, Nancy N. Diehl, Edythe Wiggs, Michael Tierney, Laura Braun, Jennifer Farren, David Lacomis, Shafeeq Ladha, Christina N. Fournier, Leo F. McCluskey, Lauren B. Elman, Jon B. Toledo, Jennifer D. McBride, Cinzia Tiloca, Claudia Morelli, Barbara Poletti, Federica Solca, Alessandro Prelle, Joanne Wuu, Jennifer Jockel-Balsarotti, Frank Rigo, Christine Ambrose, Abhishek Datta, Weixing Yang, Denitza Raitcheva, Giovanna Antognetti, Alexander McCampbell, John C. Van Swieten, Bruce L. Miller, Adam L. Boxer, Robert H. Brown, Robert Bowser, Timothy M. Miller, John Q. Trojanowski, Murray Grossman, James D. Berry, William T. Hu, Antonia Ratti, Bryan J. Traynor, Matthew D. Disney, Michael Benatar, Vincenzo Silani, Jonathan D. Glass, Mary Kay Floeter, Jeffrey D. Rothstein, Kevin B. Boylan, Leonard Petrucelli

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