KEGG   DISEASE: Episodic ataxiasHelp
H00749                      Disease                                

Episodic ataxias
Episodic ataxias (EAs) are a group of rare autosomal-dominant diseases characterized by recurrent, discrete episodes of ataxia, giddiness, and vertigo. EA1 and EA2 are the most widely recognized of the autosomal-dominant EAs and are caused by dysfunction of neuronal voltage-gated ion channels. There are central and peripheral nervous system manifestations in both conditions. The current classification is based on genetics and actually includes seven distinct subtypes. But these variants other than EA1 and EA2 are rare, some only occurring in single families, and gene mutations have not been identified in all. It is quite likely, however, that the number of phenotypes and mutated genes will grow further.
Nervous system disease
Human diseases [BR:br08402]
 Nervous system diseases
  Neurodegenerative diseases
   H00749  Episodic ataxias
Human diseases in ICD-10 classification [BR:br08403]
 6. Diseases of the nervous system (G00-G99)
  G10-G14  Systemic atrophies primarily affecting the central nervous system
   G11  Hereditary ataxia
    H00749  Episodic ataxias
BRITE hierarchy
hsa04010  MAPK signaling pathway
hsa04020  Calcium signaling pathway
hsa04260  Cardiac muscle contraction
hsa04721  Synaptic vesicle cycle
hsa04724  Glutamatergic synapse
hsa04725  Cholinergic synapse
hsa04727  GABAergic synapse
hsa04728  Dopaminergic synapse
hsa04730  Long-term depression
(EA1) KCNA1 [HSA:3736] [KO:K04874]
(EA2) CACNA1A [HSA:773] [KO:K04344]
(EA5) CACNB4 [HSA:785] [KO:K04865]
(EA6) SLC1A3 [HSA:6507] [KO:K05614]
Other DBs
ICD-10: G11.8
OMIM: 160120 108500 613855 612656
PMID:19650351 (description, gene)
Finsterer J
Ataxias with autosomal, X-chromosomal or maternal inheritance.
Can J Neurol Sci 36:409-28 (2009)
PMID:19734086 (description, gene, drug)
Tomlinson SE, Hanna MG, Kullmann DM, Tan SV, Burke D
Clinical neurophysiology of the episodic ataxias: insights into ion channel dysfunction in vivo.
Clin Neurophysiol 120:1768-76 (2009)

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