Mutations in LOXHD1, an Evolutionarily Conserved Stereociliary Protein, Disrupt Hair Cell Function in Mice and Cause Progressive Hearing Loss in Humans


Nicolas Grillet,Martin Schwander,Michael S. Hildebrand,Anna Sczaniecka,Anand Kolatkar,Janice Velasco,Jennifer A. Webster,Kimia Kahrizi,Hossein Najmabadi,William J. Kimberling,Dietrich Stephan,Melanie Bahlo,Tim Wiltshire,Lisa M. Tarantino, et al.


The American Journal of Human Genetics




11 September 2009

Copyright © 2009, Elsevier

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