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Plos Genetics, ISSN 1553-7404, 2015, Volume 11, Issue 10, p. e1005574
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Experimental Eye Research, ISSN 0014-4835, 08/2018, Volume 173, pp. 148 - 159
Mutations in are the most frequent cause of Usher syndrome and autosomal recessive nonsyndromic retinitis pigmentosa. To unravel the pathogenic mechanisms... 
Zebrafish | Retinal dysfunction | Usherin | Retinitis pigmentosa | Usher syndrome | ush2a | PROTEIN NETWORK | SYNDROME TYPE-II | MYOSIN VIIA | PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS | ACCESSORY OUTER SEGMENT | HARMONIN USH1C | USH2A GENE | COCHLEAR HAIR-CELLS | OPHTHALMOLOGY | LARVAL ZEBRAFISH | RETINITIS-PIGMENTOSA | retinitis pigmentosa | usherin | zebrafish | retinal dysfunction
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PLoS Genetics, ISSN 1553-7390, 10/2015, Volume 11, Issue 10
  Ciliopathies are Mendelian disorders caused by dysfunction of cilia, ubiquitous organelles involved in fluid propulsion (motile cilia) or signal transduction... 
Proteins | Research & development--R&D | Light | Proteomics | Photoreceptors | Scientific imaging | Localization | Experiments | Mass spectrometry
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by de Vette, Ivar and Lombardo, Angelo and Berkhout, Ben and Vervoordeldonk, Margriet and Dekkers, Johanna F and Kruisselbrink, Evelien and Vonk, Annelotte M and de Jonge, Hugo R and de Winter, Karin M and de Groot, – and Janssens, Hettie M and Bronsveld, Inez and Nieuwenhuis, Edward E.S and Houwen, Roderick H.J and Vleggaar, Frank P and Escher, Hankje C and Clevers, Hans and van der Ent, Cornelis K and Buckland, Karen and Rivat, Christine and Himoudi, Nourredine and Gilmour, Kimberly and Booth, Claire and Cornetta, Kenneth and Kohn, Don B and Carbonaro, Denise and Paruzynski, Anna and Schmidt, Manfred and Thrasher, Adrian J and Schaffer, David and Hwang, Tae-Ho and Zinn, E and Khaychuk, V and Sarkar, D and Carvalho, L and Pacouret, S and Morris, H and Plovie, E and van Gent, Michiel and Gram, Anna and Boer, Ingrid and Horst, Danielle and Zaldumbide, Arnaud and Hoeben, Rob and Wiertz, Emmanuel and Maring, J and Smits, AM and Ouyang, Hong and Lin, Ying and Wang, Yujuan and Cai, Humim and Li, Gen and Patel, Sherrina and Zhu, Jie and Lin, Danni and Wen, Cindy and Zhu, Jin and Tsaalbi-Shtylik, Anastasia and Martín-Pardillos, Ana and Ferras, Cristina and Verspuy, Johan and Speksnijder, Ewoud and Jansen, Jacob and Peng, Kah Whye and Federspiel, Mark and Naik, Shruthi and Ruiz, Autumn and Lacy, Martha and Dispenzieri, Angela and O'Donovan, Liz and Arzumanov, Andrey A and Rahim, A.A and Burke, D.G and Buckley, S.M and Cullen, E and Mukherji, S and Mills, K and Sirka, E and Herbert, B and Karlsson, S and Hughes, D.A and Mehta, A.B and Howe, S.J and Heales, S and Cooper, J.D and Cheng, S.H and van Til, Niek P and Liang, Q and Stok, M and Wagemaker, G and Reiss, Ulrike M and Tuddenham, Edward G.D and Nienhuis, Arthur W and Davidoff, Andrew M and Meneghini, V and Lattanzi, A and Tiradani, L and Bravo, G and Morena, F and Martino, S and ...
Human Gene Therapy, ISSN 1043-0342, 11/2014, Volume 25, Issue 11, pp. A1 - A121
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