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Striatum and cerebellum as related and damaged partners in Huntington’s disease: a matter of vulnerability

Striatum and cerebellum as related and damaged partners in Huntington’s disease: a matter of vulnerability

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In patients with Huntington’s disease, neurons in a part of the brain called the striatum are among the hardest-hit. Degeneration of these neurons contributes to patients’ loss of motor control, which is one of the major hallmarks of the disease. As many as 10 years ahead of the motor diagnosis, Huntington’s patients can experience mood

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