Mutation in AP-3 δ in the mocha Mouse Links Endosomal Transport to Storage Deficiency in Platelets, Melanosomes, and Synaptic Vesicles

@article{Kantheti1998MutationIA,
  title={Mutation in AP-3 $\delta$ in the mocha Mouse Links Endosomal Transport to Storage Deficiency in Platelets, Melanosomes, and Synaptic Vesicles},
  author={Prameela Kantheti and Xiaoxi Qiao and Maria E. Diaz and Andrew A. Peden and Gary E Meyer and Shannon Carskadon and David Kapfhamer and Damaris Sufalko and Margaret S. Robinson and Jeffrey L. Noebels and Margit Burmeister},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={1998},
  volume={21},
  pages={111-122}
}

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