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J Biol Chem. August 12, 2011; 286 (32): 28456-65.

Transit defect of potassium-chloride Co-transporter 3 is a major pathogenic mechanism in hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy with agenesis of the corpus callosum.

Salin-Cantegrel A , Rivière JB , Shekarabi M , Rasheed S , Dacal S , Laganière J , Gaudet R , Rochefort D , Lesca G , Gaspar C , Dion PA , Lapointe JY , Rouleau GA .


PubMed ID: 21628467
PMC ID: PMC3151088
Article link: J Biol Chem.
Grant support: Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Genes referenced: ckm slc12a6

External Resources:

Berger, 2005, Pubmed[+]

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