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  • Family-based association study of the loci 2 and 3 in a European restless legs syndrome population 

    Kemlink, D.; Polo, O.; Montagna, P.; Provini, F.; Stiasny-Kolster, K.; Oertel, W.; de Weerd, A.; Nevsimalova, S.; Sonka, K.; Hogl, B.; Frauscher, B.; Poewe, W.; Trenkwalder, C.; Pramstaller, P. P.; Ferini-Strambi, L.; Zucconi, M.; Konofal, E.; Arnulf, I.; Hadjigeorgiou, G. M.; Happe, S.; Klein, C.; Hiller, A.; Lichtner, P.; Meitinger, T.; Muller-Myshok, B.; Winkelmann, J. (2007)
    Three loci for the restless legs syndrome (RLS) on chromosomes 12q, 14q, and 9p (RLS 1, RLS2, and RLS3) have been mapped, but no gene has been identified as yet. RLS1 has been confirmed in families from three different ...
  • Genetics of restless legs syndrome (RLS): State-of-the-art and future directions 

    Winkelmann, J.; Polo, O.; Provini, F.; Nevsimalova, S.; Kemlink, D.; Sonka, K.; Hogl, B.; Poewe, W.; Stiasny-Kolster, K.; Oertel, W.; de Weerd, A.; Strambi, L. F.; Zucconi, M.; Pramstaller, P. P.; Arnulf, I.; Trenkwalder, C.; Klein, C.; Hadjigeorgiou, G. M.; Happe, S.; Rye, D.; Montagna, P. (2007)
    Several studies demonstrated that 60% of restless legs syndrome (RLS) patients have a positive family history and it has been suggested that RLS is a highly hereditary trait. To date, several loci have been mapped but no ...