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Loss of human LGR4/GPR48 causes a novel syndromic form of severe neonatal saltwasting due to disrupted WNT signaling altering adrenal zonation

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Kay-Sara Sauter
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Michael Steigert
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Delphine Mallet
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Ingrid Plotton
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Yves Morel
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Daniel Aeberli
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Franca Wagner
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Hans Clevers
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Amit V Pandey
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Christa E Flück
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hal-03868988 , version 1 (24-11-2022)

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Cécily Lucas, Kay-Sara Sauter, Michael Steigert, Delphine Mallet, James Wilmouth, et al.. Loss of human LGR4/GPR48 causes a novel syndromic form of severe neonatal saltwasting due to disrupted WNT signaling altering adrenal zonation. Journal of Clinical Investigation, In press. ⟨hal-03868988⟩
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