Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, October 13th, 2005
The researchers, connected with the University of Antwerp, have been working with colleagues from the universities of Munster (Germany) and Seattle (USA).
The researchers studied several large families and identified the gene responsible for the disorder. They have now shown that HNA is linked to the long arm of chromosome 17, and they have found mutations or alterations in the genetic code of the Septin 9 protein in...
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