Prions | Mechanisms of Huntington’s Disease & the Huntingtin Prion

Prions | Mechanisms of Huntington’s Disease & the Huntingtin Prion

Publication date: Mar 09, 2019

Huntington’s disease is a neurodegenerative prion disease in which affected individuals suffer destruction of neurons in the basal nuclei (e.g., GABAergic neurons) and rapid, involuntary movements as a result. In this video, I will explain the acquisition and progression of Huntington’s disease.

Concepts Keywords
ABC Apoptosis
Agonist Prions
Agra Cell nucleus
Air Alzheimer’s disease
Alzheimer Amyloid beta
Amino Acid Huntingtin
Apoptosis Prion
Aries Neurodegeneration
Basal Ganglia Huntington’s disease
Basal Nuclei RTT
Basil Proteins
Beta Amyloid Amyloidosis
Beta Strands Branches of biology
Brain Unwanted involuntary movements
Calcium Polly glutamine diseases
Caudate Nucleus Videos prion diseases
Central Dogma Huntington s disease
Cephalon Lot prion diseases
Chromosome
Cleavage
Condor
Curl
Cytochrome
Cytoplasm
Degenerate
DNA
GABAergic
Gabba
Gene
Genus
Glutamine
Hell
Hunting
Huntingtin
Huntington
Imagine
Indo
Molecular Biology
MRNA
Muscle
Mutant
Neurodegenerative
Neuron
Neurons
Nuclei
Nucleotide
Nucleotides
Nucleus
Olynyk
Parkinson
Pew
Polymer
Pop
Prion
Prion Disease
Prions
Protein
Proteus
Psychosis
Receptor
Repressor
Rhyme
Riel
Secondary Structure
Stack
Symptom
Thes
Tonic
Toxicity
Transcription
Transcription Factors
Transport Vesicles
Triceps
Triplet
Vesicles

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH involuntary movements
disease DOID prion disease
disease MESH prion disease

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