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XB-ART-3769
Circulation. April 20, 2004; 109 (15): 1834-41.

Compound mutations: a common cause of severe long-QT syndrome.

Westenskow P , Splawski I , Timothy KW , Keating MT , Sanguinetti MC .


Abstract


PubMed ID: 15051636
Article link: Circulation.
Grant support: HL-46401 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-46401 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-46401 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-46401 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-46401 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-46401 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-52338 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-52338 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-52338 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-52338 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-52338 NHLBI NIH HHS , HL-52338 NHLBI NIH HHS

Genes referenced: arfgap1 kcne1 kcne2 kcnh2 scn5a
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