Research Highlights

New HSP mechanism discovered

Posted - December 2016 in Research Highlights

Potassium ion channel dysfunction

The role of proteins in axon regeneration

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Spastin and Atlastin mechanism investigated

HSP cell abnormalities

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Lipid droplet metabolism important

SPG57 HSP new findings

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Mitochondrial impairment the cause

SPG48 HSP studied in depth

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Multiple associated complications

New HSP genetic findings

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From Hungary, Sudan, Australia and China

Australian success with whole genome sequencing

Posted - September 2016 in Research Highlights

Higher detection rates for HSP mutations

Recessive SPG35 HSP inherited from just one parent

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Major implications for genetic counselling

Large Czech study of SPAST HSP

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327 HSPers from 263 families gene tested

FARS2 gene mutation described

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Causes recessive but pure SPG77 HSP

HSPer also found to have MS

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First description of dual occurrence

Pure HSP study of children in Greece

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Clinical and genetic findings

New HSP genetic findings

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From Iran, Germany, China, Greece, Japan, Pakistan and Hungary

SPAST (SPG4) HSP mechanism explained

Posted - June 2016 in Research Highlights

Potential drug treatment identified

Potential therapeutic avenues for HSP

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Biomarkers investigated in animal models

Exome sequencing helps with HSP diagnosis

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New gene-disease associations found

The science of patient input

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Integrating patient needs and priorities

New Findings on SPG11 HSP mechanism

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Potential treatment target identified

Late-onset spastic paraplegia type 10 (SPG10)

Posted - May 2016 in Research Highlights

First-time discovered in an Asian family

REEP1 (SPG31) found with recessive inheritance

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Previously associated only with dominant form