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And Haines, 1. L. (199% Consortium fine localisation of X-linked Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMTXI ): Additional support that connexin32 is the defect in CMTXI. Hum. Hered. 45:121-128. , Bourre, J. , and Baumann, N. (1979). Absence of the major dense line in the myelin of the mutant mouse shiwever. Neurosci. Lett. 12:107-I 12. , and Werner, R. (1994). A connexin32 mutation associated with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease does not affect channel formation in oocytes. FERS Lett. 35 1:90-94. , and Vandenberghe, A.
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1. Molecular Genetics of the Peripheral Neuropathies 35 in combination with frequent cutting enzymes) is commonly used in laboratories, but results may be limited by the difficulty in interpreting dosage differences or by the informativeness of the marker itself. 0, effectively combines these two methods by using frequent cutting enzymes and by producing novel fragments in CMTlA and HNPP patients. 8 kb are observed in 80% (84/105) of CMTlA patients and 95% (19/20) of HNPP patients, respectively; the remainder of CMTlA/HNPP patients with the duplication/deletion are detected by dosage differences.