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Aleman, V., Osorio, B., Chavez, O., Rendon, A., Mornet, D., Martinez, D. (2001) Subcellular localization of Dp71 dystrophin isoforms in cultured hippocampal neurons and forebrain astrocytes. Histochem. Cell Biol

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Diana Hazai, Katalin Halasy, D. Mornet, F. Hajós, and Veronika Jancsik

Lumeng, C. N., Hauser, M. (1999) Expression of the 71 kDa dystrophin isoform (Dp71) evaluated by gene targeting. Brain Res. 830 , 174-178. Expression of the 71 kDa dystrophin isoform

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Brenman, J. E., Chao, D. S., Xia, H., Aldape, K., Bredt, D. S. (1995) Nitric oxide synthase complexed with dystrophin and absent from skeletal muscle sarcolemma in Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Cell 82 , 743

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Concentrations of Br, Ca, Cl, K and Na in whole blood of dystrophin-deficient mouse [the Dmdmdx line] were determined using NAA, resulting in reference values that are relevant for clinical blood investigation. The comparison with human being whole blood values was also performed in order to establish possible indexes and similarities among the experimental and clinical applications.

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22 228 234 Chamberlain, S. J., Metzger, J., Reyes, M., Townsend, D., Faulkner, A. J. (2007) Dystrophin-deficient mdx mice display a reduced life

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: H. Pikó, V. Vancsó, B. Nagy, J. Balog, M. Nagymihály, A. Herczegfalvi, L. Tímár, Z. Bán, and V. Karcagi

Muscle Nerve 1983 6 91 103 Straub V, Campbell KP: Muscular dystrophies and the dystrophin

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Henriett Pikó, Bálint Nagy, Judit Balog, Zoltán Bán, Ágnes Herczegfalvi, and Veronika Karcagi

Hoffman, E. P., Brown, R. H., Kunkel, L. M.: Dystrophin: the protein product of the Duchenne muscular dystrophy locus. Cell, 1987, 51 , 917–928. Kunkel L. M. Dystrophin: the

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Á. Pákozdy, M. Leschnik, B. Nell, U. Kolm, Z. Virányi, B. Belényi, M. Molnár, and T. Bilzer

Two related European Grey wolves ( Canis lupus ) with the history of muscle stiffness beginning at 2 weeks of age were examined in this study. Muscle tone and muscle mass were increased in both animals. Muscle stiffness was worsened by stress so that the animals fell into lateral recumbency. Blood chemistry revealed mildly increased serum creatine kinase activity. Abnormal potentials typical of myotonic discharges were recorded by electromyography. Cataract, first-degree atrioventricular (AV) block and inhomogeneous myocardial texture by ultrasound suggested extramuscular involvement. Myopathology demonstrated dystrophic signs in the muscle biopsy specimen. The presumptive diagnosis based on the in vivo findings was myotonic dystrophy. Immunochemistry of the striated muscles revealed focal absence of dystrophin 1 and beta-dystroglycan in both cases. Cardiac and ophthalmologic involvement suggested a disorder very similar to a human form of myotonic dystrophy. This is the first description of myotonic dystrophy in wolves.

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168 Thomas, G.D., Sander, M., Lau, K.S., Huang, P.L., Stull, J.T., Victor, R.G.: Impaired metabolic modulation of alpha-adrenergic vasoconstriction in dystrophin-deficient skeletal muscle

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distances within the human dystrophin gene. Science 249 , 928 (1990) Interphase and metaphase resolution of different distances within the human dystrophin gene Science 249 928 Szeles, A., Yang, Y., Sandlund, A. M, Kholodnyuk, I

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