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Disruption of Murine Hexa Gene Leads To Enzymatic Deficiency and To Neuronal Lysosomal Storage, Similar To That Observed in Tay-sachs-disease

Bibliographic reference Cohentannoudji, M. ; Marchand, P. ; Akli, S. ; Sheardown, SA. ; Puech, JP. ; et. al. Disruption of Murine Hexa Gene Leads To Enzymatic Deficiency and To Neuronal Lysosomal Storage, Similar To That Observed in Tay-sachs-disease. In: Mammalian Genome, Vol. 6, no. 12, p. 844-849 (1995)
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