The severe short stature in two siblings with a heterozygous IGF1 mutation is not caused by a dominant negative effect of the putative truncated protein

H.A. van Duyvenvoorde, J. van Doorn, J. Koenig, L. Gauguin, W. Oostdijk, J.D. Wade, M. Karperien, C.A.L. Ruivenkamp, M. Losekoot, P.A. van Setten, M.J.E. Walenkamp, C. Noordam, P. De Meyts, J.M. Wit

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Volume21
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van Duyvenvoorde, H.A. ; van Doorn, J. ; Koenig, J. ; Gauguin, L. ; Oostdijk, W. ; Wade, J.D. ; Karperien, M. ; Ruivenkamp, C.A.L. ; Losekoot, M. ; van Setten, P.A. ; Walenkamp, M.J.E. ; Noordam, C. ; De Meyts, P. ; Wit, J.M. / The severe short stature in two siblings with a heterozygous IGF1 mutation is not caused by a dominant negative effect of the putative truncated protein. In: Growth Hormone and IGF Research. 2011 ; Vol. 21, No. 1. pp. 44-50.
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van Duyvenvoorde, HA, van Doorn, J, Koenig, J, Gauguin, L, Oostdijk, W, Wade, JD, Karperien, M, Ruivenkamp, CAL, Losekoot, M, van Setten, PA, Walenkamp, MJE, Noordam, C, De Meyts, P & Wit, JM 2011, 'The severe short stature in two siblings with a heterozygous IGF1 mutation is not caused by a dominant negative effect of the putative truncated protein' Growth Hormone and IGF Research, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 44-50. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ghir.2010.12.004

The severe short stature in two siblings with a heterozygous IGF1 mutation is not caused by a dominant negative effect of the putative truncated protein. / van Duyvenvoorde, H.A.; van Doorn, J.; Koenig, J.; Gauguin, L.; Oostdijk, W.; Wade, J.D.; Karperien, M.; Ruivenkamp, C.A.L.; Losekoot, M.; van Setten, P.A.; Walenkamp, M.J.E.; Noordam, C.; De Meyts, P.; Wit, J.M.

In: Growth Hormone and IGF Research, Vol. 21, No. 1, 2011, p. 44-50.

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