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Table 1 Distribution and density of p62-positive intranuclear inclusions in the proband

From: Oculopharyngodistal myopathy with coexisting histology of systemic neuronal intranuclear inclusion disease: Clinicopathologic features of an autopsied patient harboring CGG repeat expansions in LRP12

CNSNeuronAstrocytePNSNeuronSchwann cell 
Cerebrum  Sympathetic ggl32 
Frontala1/n.a.1/1Dorsal root ggl32 
Motora2/n.a.1/1Myenteric ggl22 
Parietala1/n.a.1/1Visceral organs   
Occipitala2/n.a.1/1KidneyRenal tubuleGlomerulus 
Hippocampusb2/3/11/1/1 22 
NBM11 0  
Caudate/putamen1/11/1PancreasAcinar cellDuctal cell 
Globus pallidus i/e1/11/1 11 
Brainstem   11 
Midbrain tectum21HeartMuscle cell  
Oculomotor nuc22 1  
Red nuc22Skeletal muscleMuscle cell  
Substantia nigra32 0  
Locus ceruleus21    
Facial nuc21Somatic cellsAdipocyteECSMC
Pontine nuc11 112
Hypoglossal nuc20    
Spinal cord      
Anterior horn21    
Clarke’s column00    
Posterior horn21    
OthersEpendymal cellChoroid plexus    
  1. The density of inclusions was graded according to the percentage of inclusion-bearing cells: 0, none; 1, 0–10%; 2, 10–40%; 3, > 40%
  2. a cortex/white matter; b CA1/CA4/dentate gyrus; c Cerebellar cortex/white matter/dentate nucleus; wm, white matter; n.a., not available; NBM, nucleus basalis of Meynert; i/e, internal segment/external segment; nuc, nucleus; IO, inferior olive; IML, intermediolateral cell column; ggl, ganglion; EC, endothelial cell; SMC, smooth muscle cell