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Jonathan Zonana - bibliography

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Jonathan Zonana, American paediatrician and medical geneticist.


  • A.W. Monreal, B.M. Ferguson, D.J. Headon, S. Street, P.A. Overbeek, and J. Zonana:
    Mutations in the human homolog of the murine dl gene cause autosomal recessive and dominant hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
    Nature Genetics, 1999, 22, 366-369.
  • J. Lamartine, G. Munhoz Essenfelder, Z. Kibar, I. Lanneluc, E. Callouet, D. Laoudj, G. Lemaitre, C. Hand, S..J. Hayflick, J. Zonana, S. Antonarakis, U. Radhakrishna, D.P. Kelsell, A.L. Christianson, A. Pitavel, V. Der Kaloustian, C. Fraser, C. Blanchet-Bardon, G.A. Rouleau, and G. Waksman:
    Mutations in GJB6 cause hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
    Nature Genetics, 2000, 26(2), 142-144.
  • J. Zonana, M. E. Elder, L. C. Schneider, S. J. Orlow, C. Moss, M. Golabi, S. K. Shapira, P. A. Farndon, D. W. Wara, S. A. Emmal, and B. M. Ferguson:
    A novel X-linked disorder of immune deficiency and hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia is allelic to incontinentia pigmenti and due to mutations in IKK-gamma (NEMO).
    American Journal of Human Genetics, Chicago, 2000.

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