AMFR dysfunction causes autosomal recessive spastic paraplegia in human that is amenable to statin treatment in a preclinical model

Ruizhi Deng, Eva Medico-Salsench, Anita Nikoncuk, Reshmi Ramakrishnan, Kristina Lanko, Nikolas A Kühn, Herma C van der Linde, Sarah Lor-Zade, Fatimah Albuainain, Yuwei Shi, Soheil Yousefi, Ivan Capo, Evita Medici van den Herik, Marjon van Slegtenhorst, Rick van Minkelen, Geert Geeven, Monique T Mulder, George J G Ruijter, Dieter Lütjohann, Edwin H JacobsHenry Houlden, Alistair T Pagnamenta, Kay Metcalfe, Adam Jackson, Siddharth Banka, Lenika De Simone, Abigail Schwaede, Nancy Kuntz, Timothy Blake Palculict, Safdar Abbas, Muhammad Umair, Mohammed AlMuhaizea, Dilek Colak, Hanan AlQudairy, Maysoon Alsagob, Catarina Pereira, Roberta Trunzo, Vasiliki Karageorgou, Aida M Bertoli-Avella, Peter Bauer, Arjan Bouman, Lies H Hoefsloot, Tjakko J van Ham, Mahmoud Issa, Maha S Zaki, Joseph G Gleeson, Rob Willemsen, Namik Kaya, Stefan T Arold, Reza Maroofian, Leslie E Sanderson, Tahsin Stefan Barakat*

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