Connexin 26 mutations in hereditary non-syndromic sensorineural deafness

@article{Kelsell1997Connexin2M,
  title={Connexin 26 mutations in hereditary non-syndromic sensorineural deafness},
  author={David P Kelsell and John Dunlop and Howard P. Stevens and Nicholas J. Lench and Jack J. N. Liang and G. Parry and Robert F. Mueller and Irene May Leigh},
  journal={nature},
  year={1997},
  volume={387},
  pages={80-83}
}
Severe deafness or hearing impairment is the most prevalent inherited sensory disorder, affecting about I in 1,000 children1. Most deafness results from peripheral auditory defects that occur as a consequence of either conductive (outer or middle ear) or sensorineuronal. (cochlea) abnormalities. Although a number of mutant genes have been identified that are responsible for syndromic (multiple phenotypic disease) deafness such as Waarden 2-4 burg syndrome and Usher 1B syndrome2–4, little is… CONTINUE READING
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