Mendelian adult-onset leukodystrophy genes in Alzheimer's disease: critical influence of CSF1R and NOTCH3

Celeste Sassi, Michael A. Nalls, Perry G. Ridge, Jesse R. Gibbs, Michelle K. Lupton, Claire Troakes, Katie Lunnon, Safa Al-Sarraj, Kristelle S. Brown, Christopher Medway, Jenny Lord, James Turton, Jose Bras, Peter Passmore, David Craig, Janet Johnston, Bernadette McGuinness, Stephen Todd, Reinhard Heun, Heike Kölsch, Patrick G. Kehoe, Emma R. L. C. Vardy, Nigel M. Hooper, A. David Smith, Gordon Wilcock … & John Hardy
Mendelian adult-onset leukodystrophies are a spectrum of rare inherited progressive neurodegenerative disorders affecting the white matter of the central nervous system. Among these, cerebral autosomal dominant and recessive arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy, cerebroretinal vasculopathy, metachromatic leukodystrophy, hereditary diffuse leukoencephalopathy with spheroids, and vanishing white matter disease present with rapidly progressive dementia as dominant feature and are caused by mutations in NOTCH3, HTRA1, TREX1, ARSA, CSF1R, EIF2B1, EIF2B2, EIF2B3, EIF2B4, and EIF2B5, respectively. Given...
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