PRKACB and Carney complex.

  title={PRKACB and Carney complex.},
  author={A. Forlino and A. Vetro and L. Garavelli and R. Ciccone and E. London and C. Stratakis and O. Zuffardi},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  volume={370 11},
  • A. Forlino, A. Vetro, +4 authors O. Zuffardi
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • The authors report that a gain of function in the catalytic subunit beta of the cyclic AMP–dependent protein kinase (protein kinase A), resulting from the presence of four copies of PRKACB (instead of the normal two), may lead to a Carney complex phenotype. 
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