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Overexpression of human and fly frataxins in Drosophila provokes deleterious effects at biochemical, physiological and developmental levels

Friedreich's ataxia (FA), the most frequent form of inherited ataxias in the Caucasian population, is caused by a reduced expression of frataxin, a highly conserved protein. Model organisms have contributed greatly in the efforts to decipher the function of frataxin; however, the precise function of this protein remains elusive. 

Overexpression of human and fly frataxins in Drosophila provokes deleterious effects at biochemical, physiological and developmental levels


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