Ausgewählte Publikationen

  • Miquel M et al.  Short and long term outcome of bilateral pallidal stimulation in chorea-acanthocytosis. PLos One 8, e79241. 2013.
  • Mills SM et al. Preclinical trials in autosomal dominant AD: implementation of the DIAN-TU trial. Revue neurologique 169, 737-743. 2013.
  • Plate A et al. Atypical parkinsonism due to a D202N Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker prion protein mutation: first in vivo diagnosed case. Movement disorders 28, 241-244. 2013.
  • Danek A et al. Autosomal recessive transmission of chorea-acanthocytosis confirmed. Acta neuropathologica 123, 905-906. 2012.
  • Högen T et al. Wildervanck's syndrome and mirror movements: a congenital disorder of axon migration? Journal of Neurology 259, 761-763. 2012.
  • Koerte I. er al. Mirror movements in healthy humans across the lifespan: effects of development and ageing. Developmental medicine and child neurology 52, 1106-1112. 2010.
  • Knels C, Danek A. Loss of word-meaning with spared object semantics in a case of mixed primary progressive aphasia. Brain and Language 113, 96-100. 2010.
  • Bader et al. Tongue protrusion and feeding dystonia: a hallmark of chorea-acanthocytosis. Movement Disorders 25:127-129. 2010.
  • Hinz AM et al. A mathematical model and a computer tool for the Tower of Hanoi and Tower of London puzzles. Information Sciences 179, 2934-2947. 2009.
  • Diehl-Schmid J, Knels C, Danek A. Chronisch progrediente Aphasien. Nervenarzt 80, 1452-1461. 2009.
  • Jox R et al. Volitional facial palsy after a vascular lesion of the supplementary motor area. Neurology 63, 756-757. 2004.
  • Uttner I, Bliem H, Danek A. Prosopagnosia after unilateral right cerebral infarction. Journal of Neurology 249, 933-935. 2002.
  • Fries W et al. Motor recovery following capsular stroke. Role of descending pathways from multiple motor areas. Brain 116, 369-382. 1993.

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