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Friedreich Ataxia: New Pathways

Friedreich ataxia is a rare disorder characterized by an autosomal recessive pattern of inheritance. The disease is noted for a constellation of clinical symptoms, notably loss of coordination and a variety of neurologic and cardiac complications. More recently, scientists have focused their research on an array of general investigations of the underlying cellular basis for the disease, including mitochondrial biogenesis, iron-sulfur cluster synthesis, iron metabolism, antioxidant responses, and mitophagy.

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