A cluster of three GABAA receptor subunit genes is deleted in a neurological mutant of the mouse p locus

@article{Nakatsu1993ACO,
  title={A cluster of three GABAA receptor subunit genes is deleted in a neurological mutant of the mouse p locus},
  author={Yoshimichi Nakatsu and Rachel F. Tyndale and Timothy M Delorey and Donna Durham-Pierre and John M. Gardner and Heather J. McDanel and Quang Lam Nguyen and Joseph Wagstaff and Marc Lalando and James M. Sikela and Richard W. Olsent and Allan J. Tobin and Murray H. Brilliant},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1993},
  volume={364},
  pages={448-450}
}
THE mouse pink-eyed cleft-palate (pcp ) mutation is characterized by hypopigmentation associated with cleft palate, neurological disorders and runting1,2. Most pcp homozygotes are born with cleft palate and die shortly after birth, presumably as a result of feeding problems3. A few exceptional pcp mutants live beyond this stage but display tremor and jerky gait2. We report here that the genes encoding the γ-aminobutyric acid type A (GABAA) receptor sub-units α5 (originally described as α4; ref… CONTINUE READING

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