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Dopamine transporter and synaptic vesicle sorting defects underlie auxilin-associated Parkinson's disease


Auxilin participates in clathrin uncoating to facilitate presynaptic endocytosis. Loss-of-function mutations of auxilin (PARK19) cause Parkinson’s disease. Using auxilin KO mice, Vidyadhara et al. (2023) show that synaptic vesicle sorting deficits, cytoplasmic dopamine accumulation, dopamine transporter mistrafficking, and synaptic autophagic overload may lead to pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease in PARK19 patients. This file contains the data set used to generate all the main figures.


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