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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 
Temporala2/n.a.2/1    
Parietala1/n.a.1/1Visceral organs   
Occipitala2/n.a.1/1KidneyRenal tubuleGlomerulus 
Hippocampusb2/3/11/1/1 22 
Amygdala21LiverHepatocyte  
NBM11 0  
Caudate/putamen1/11/1PancreasAcinar cellDuctal cell 
Globus pallidus i/e1/11/1 11 
Thalamus21AdrenalCortexMedulla 
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    
IO21    
Cerebellumc1/n.a./01/1/1    
Spinal cord      
Anterior horn21    
IML20    
Clarke’s column00    
Posterior horn21    
Wm01    
OthersEpendymal cellChoroid plexus    
 02    
  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