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Mice homozygous for the mutant autosomal recessive gene, quaking (qk), associated with disorder in myelin formation and manifested by axial tremors.
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Mice, Quaking" by people in Profiles.
Noise-Induced Dysregulation of Quaking RNA Binding Proteins Contributes to Auditory Nerve Demyelination and Hearing Loss. J Neurosci. 2018 03 07; 38(10):2551-2568.
Neutral monoglycosylceramides in rat brain: occurrence, molecular expression and developmental variation. Dev Neurosci. 1997; 19(2):152-61.
Expression of myelin protein genes in quaking mouse brain. J Neurosci Res. 1988 May; 20(1):19-22.
Distribution of calcium-activated neutral proteinase activity in quaking mouse brain: a subcellular study. Brain Res. 1987 Dec 01; 435(1-2):57-62.
Increased turnover of myelin proteolipid protein in quaking mouse brain. Metab Brain Dis. 1987 Jun; 2(2):113-6.
Proteolysis in quaking mouse brain and spinal cord. Neurochem Res. 1986 Feb; 11(2):173-83.
Myelin basic protein gene expression in quaking, jimpy, and myelin synthesis-deficient mice. Dev Biol. 1984 Nov; 106(1):38-44.
Proteolipid protein: synthesis and assembly into quaking mouse myelin. J Neurochem. 1979 Jun; 32(6):1647-51.
Incorporation of lipids into subcellular fractions of brain of quaking mutant. J Neurochem. 1978 Sep; 31(3):571-6.