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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : FRDA / Friedreich ataxia locus

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Abbreviation:   FRDA  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   Friedreich ataxia locus
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2005 Evaluation of an FRDA-EGFP genomic reporter assay in transgenic mice. EGFP
2002 Frataxin deficiency and mitochondrial dysfunction. FA
2002 Trinucleotide repeats in 202 families with ataxia: a small expanded (CAG)n allele at the SCA17 locus. DRPLA, SCA, TBP, TNR
2001 Rescue of the Friedreich's ataxia knockout mouse by human YAC transgenesis. ---
1998 Identification of a missense mutation in a Friedreich's ataxia patient: implications for diagnosis and carrier studies. FA
1996 Evidence for a common origin of most Friedreich ataxia chromosomes in the Spanish population. FA
1995 Physical evidence for the position of the Friedreich's ataxia locus FRDA proximal to D9S5. ---
1994 Mapping of Friedreich's ataxia locus by identification of recombination events in patients homozygous by descent. ---
1994 Mapping the Friedreich ataxia locus (FRDA) by linkage disequilibrium analysis with highly polymorphic microsatellites. ---
10  1994 The Friedreich ataxia region: characterization of two novel genes and reduction of the critical region to 300 kb. SSCP
11  1993 The clinical spectrum of Friedreich's ataxia in German families showing linkage to the FRDA locus on chromosome 9. ---
12  1992 Study of large inbred Friedreich ataxia families reveals a recombination between D9S15 and the disease locus. ---
13  1991 Physical mapping of two loci (D9S5 and D9S15) tightly linked to Friedreich ataxia locus (FRDA) and identification of nearby CpG islands by pulse-field gel electrophoresis. ---
14  1990 Regional localisation of the Friedreich ataxia locus to human chromosome 9q13----q21.1. ---