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Inhibition of HIPK3 by AST487 Ameliorates Mutant HTT-Induced Neurotoxicity and Apoptosis via Enhanced Autophagy

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We thank Drs Lixiang Ma and Saiyin Hexige for sharing the HD iPSC lines. This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (31970748, 92049301, and 81870990) and the Research Start-up Fund of Fudan University, China.

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Zhang, X., Wen, X., Al-Ramahi, I. et al. Inhibition of HIPK3 by AST487 Ameliorates Mutant HTT-Induced Neurotoxicity and Apoptosis via Enhanced Autophagy. Neurosci. Bull. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12264-021-00783-9

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