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CasprI/Paranodin/Neurexin IV is most likely not a common disease-causing gene for inherited peripheral neuropathies.

(2001) NEUROREPORT. 12(11). p.2609-2614
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VENKEN, K, J MEULEMAN, J IROBI, C CEUTERICK, R MARTINI, P DE JONGHE, and V TIMMERMAN. 2001. “CasprI/Paranodin/Neurexin IV Is Most Likely Not a Common Disease-causing Gene for Inherited Peripheral Neuropathies.” Neuroreport 12 (11): 2609–2614.
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VENKEN, K., MEULEMAN, J., IROBI, J., CEUTERICK, C., MARTINI, R., DE JONGHE, P., & TIMMERMAN, V. (2001). CasprI/Paranodin/Neurexin IV is most likely not a common disease-causing gene for inherited peripheral neuropathies. NEUROREPORT, 12(11), 2609–2614.
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VENKEN K, MEULEMAN J, IROBI J, CEUTERICK C, MARTINI R, DE JONGHE P, et al. CasprI/Paranodin/Neurexin IV is most likely not a common disease-causing gene for inherited peripheral neuropathies. NEUROREPORT. 2001;12(11):2609–14.
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VENKEN, K, J MEULEMAN, J IROBI, et al. “CasprI/Paranodin/Neurexin IV Is Most Likely Not a Common Disease-causing Gene for Inherited Peripheral Neuropathies.” NEUROREPORT 12.11 (2001): 2609–2614. Print.
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  author       = {VENKEN, K and MEULEMAN, J and IROBI, J and CEUTERICK, C and MARTINI, R and DE JONGHE, P and TIMMERMAN, V},
  issn         = {0959-4965},
  journal      = {NEUROREPORT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11},
  pages        = {2609--2614},
  title        = {CasprI/Paranodin/Neurexin IV is most likely not a common disease-causing gene for inherited peripheral neuropathies.},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2001},
}

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