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Clinical and Laboratory Features of Three Rare Chinese V210I gCJD Patients
Genetic human prion diseases are a group of inherited encephalopathies directly associated with different mutations in PrP-encoding gene PRNP, including more than 50 different mutations worldwide. Some genotypes of mutations show ethno-correlation, and among them, genetic Creutzfeldt–Jacob disease (gCJD) with V210I mutation is frequent in European countries but rare in East Asia. Here, we comparatively analyzed the clinical and laboratory features of three Chinese patients with V210I mutantdoi:10.3390/pathogens9100800 pmid:32998248 fatcat:6xdn6gvmnjd5rpsdafeokbwlta