A point mutation in the ion conduction pore of AMPA receptor GRIA3 causes dramatically perturbed sleep patterns as well as intellectual disability.
Davies, Benjamin; Brown, Laurence A; Cais, Ondrej; Watson, Jake; Clayton, Amber J; Chang, Veronica T; Biggs, Daniel; Preece, Christopher; Hernandez-Pliego, Polinka; Krohn, Jon; Bhomra, Amarjit; Twigg, Stephen R F; Rimmer, Andrew; Kanapin, Alexander; Sen, Arjune; Zaiwalla, Zenobia; McVean, Gil; Foster, Russell; Donnelly, Peter; Taylor, Jenny C; Blair, Edward; Nutt, David; Aricescu, A Radu; Greger, Ingo H; Peirson, Stuart N; Flint, Jonathan; Martin, Hilary C.
Hum Mol Genet
; 26(20): 3869-3882, 2017 10 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29016847
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