Affiliation: Helsinki University Central Hospital
- Subclinical vestibulocerebellar dysfunction in migraine with and without auraH Harno
Department of Neurology, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland
Neurology 61:1748-52. 2003..The authors' aim was to determine whether neurotologic findings are in accordance with the type of migraine and whether test findings differ from those of healthy controls...
- Decreased cerebellar total creatine in episodic ataxia type 2: a 1H MRS studyH Harno
Departments of Neurology, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland
Neurology 64:542-4. 2005..Cerebellar total creatine was lower in the patient group (p = 0.005) than in control subjects, possibly reflecting an early sign of calcium channel dysfunction in EA2...
- A novel missense ATP1A2 mutation in a Finnish family with familial hemiplegic migraine type 2M A Kaunisto
Biomedicum Helsinki, Research Program in Molecular Medicine, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Neurogenetics 5:141-6. 2004..Furthermore, the T345A mutation co-segregated with the disorder in our family and was not present in 132 healthy Finnish control individuals. For these reasons it is most likely the FHM-causing mutation in this family...
- Novel splice site CACNA1A mutation causing episodic ataxia type 2M A Kaunisto
Biomedicum Helsinki, Molecular Medicine Research Program, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Neurogenetics 5:69-73. 2004..It is the first described CACNA1A acceptor splice site mutation and the most C-terminal EA-2-causing mutation reported to date...
- Testing of variants of the MTHFR and ESR1 genes in 1798 Finnish individuals fails to confirm the association with migraine with auraM A Kaunisto
Biomedicum Helsinki, Research Program in Molecular Medicine and Department of Clinical Chemistry, University of Helsinki, 00029 HUS, Helsinki, Finland
Cephalalgia 26:1462-72. 2006..007-0.034). These results did not, however, remain significant after taking multiple testing into account. Thus it seems unlikely that the studied genes are involved in migraine susceptibility, at least in this sample...