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Cartilage disorders. The importance of being sulphated


, : Cartilage disorders. The importance of being sulphated. Current Biology 5(3): 225-227

Mutations within a gene encoding a novel sulphate transporter cause diastrophic dysplasia. This finding has implications for the management of the disorder and for understanding the structure and function of cartilage.

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