Gaucher disease: the N370S mutation in Ashkenazi Jewish and Spanish patients has a common origin and arose several thousand years ago.

@article{Daz1999GaucherDT,
  title={Gaucher disease: the N370S mutation in Ashkenazi Jewish and Spanish patients has a common origin and arose several thousand years ago.},
  author={Amelia Cabral D{\'i}az and Magdalena Montfort and Bru Cormand and Bijian Zeng and Gregory McCarthy Pastores and Amparo Chab{\'a}s and Luisa Vilageliu and Daniel Grinberg},
  journal={American journal of human genetics},
  year={1999},
  volume={64 4},
  pages={
          1233-8
        }
}
This work was supported by Comision Interministerial de Ciencia y Technologia (SAF 97-0074). We are grateful to Dr. E. Beutler for critical reading of the manuscript; to L. Gort, M. Martinez, and J. Armstrong for technical assistance; to R. Rycroft for revising the English; and to Dr. N. Espiro and Dr. J. Israel for helpful comments on Jewish history. 

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