- Helix initiation motif
- Hair disease
- Winter H, Rogers MA, Langbein L, Stevens HP, Leigh IM, Labrèze C, Roul S, Taieb A, Krieg T, Schweizer J: Mutations in the hair cortex keratin hHb6 cause the inherited hair disease monilethrix. Nature Genet 1997;16:372–374.
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Dr. Hermelita Winter
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Received: Received: April 29, 1999
Accepted: May 19, 1999
Number of Print Pages : 3
Number of Figures : 2, Number of Tables : 0, Number of References : 3
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