Parkinson Phenotype in Aged PINK1-Deficient Mice Is Accompanied by Progressive Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Absence of Neurodegeneration
By Suzana Gispert, Filomena Ricciardi, Alexander Kurz, Mekhman Azizov, Hans-Hermann Hoepken, Dorothea Becker, Wolfgang Voos, Kristina Leuner, Walter E. Müller, Alexei P. Kudin, Wolfram S. Kunz, Annabelle Zimmermann, Jochen Roeper, Dirk Wenzel, Marina Jendrach, Moisés García-Arencíbia, Javier Fernández-Ruiz, Leslie Huber, Hermann Rohrer, Miguel Barrera, Andreas S. Reichert, Udo Rüb, Amy Chen, Robert L. Nussbaum and Georg Auburger
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