Jubran E Rahme

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Hyperekplexia is a syndrome of readily provoked startle responses, alongside episodic and generalized hypertonia, that presents within the first month of life. Inhibitory glycine receptors are pentameric ligand-gated ion channels with a definitive and clinically well stratified linkage to hyperekplexia. Most hyperekplexia cases are caused by mutations in(More)
Possible influence of masticatory muscles on facial growth was investigated in the rat by the formation of several experimental groups: excision of right masseter muscle of right temporal muscle, of both masseter muscles, of both temporal muscles and of both masseter and temporal muscles, section of inferior maxillary nerve and masseter transplantation.(More)
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