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Moonlighting Enzyme Linked to Neurodegenerative Disease


April 24, 2007

News thumbnail Friedreich's ataxia is one of those diseases few have heard of unless you know someone with the condition. For that individual--usually a child or teenager--it is devastating. Symptoms are mild at first: muscle weakness in the arms and legs, vision impairment and slurred speech. Full Story

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