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Where can I get a good biochemical overview of dystonia? I will be working in a research lab that focuses on dystonia and I would like to not be clueless.

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A good article on the pathophsiology is,

The pathophysiological basis of dystonias, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9, 222-234 (March 2008)

For a review of the treatment,

Treatment of dystonia, lancet neurology, Volume 5, Issue 10, October 2006, Pages 864–872.

A comprehensive textbook on movement disorders in general is The oxford textbook of movement disorders

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this is a bit fragmented and hard to read - can you spruce it up a bit? – shigeta Jun 15 '14 at 2:57

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