QUAKING KH domain proteins as regulators of glial cell fate and myelination.


The quaking viable (qk(v)) mice have attracted attention because of their characteristic tremor caused by their dysmyelination. In the central nervous system, qk(v) mice fail to develop mature myelinating oligodendrocytes and display uncompacted myelin. The genetic defect in the qk(v) mice prevents the proper expression of alternatively spliced KH-type QKI… (More)



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