New functions for gap junctions

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Abstract

The most significant finding of the past year in gap junction research has been the association of connexin defects with human diseases. Connexin32 mutations cause X-linked Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a demyelinating peripheral neuropathy. Mutations in connexin43 may underlie cardiac malformations in visceroatrial heterotaxia syndromes. Genetic approaches and gene targeting have provided new insights, but also raise new questions concerning connexin function, the significance of connexin diversity and the regulation of intercellular communication. © 1995.

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Paul, D. L. (1995). New functions for gap junctions. Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 7(5), 665–672. https://doi.org/10.1016/0955-0674(95)80108-1

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