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  • noun biochemistry Any of a class of transmembrane proteins that bind to neurexins

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  • September 10 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry that misfolding of a protein called neuroligin-3, due to gene mutations, results in trafficking deficiencies that may lead to abnormal communications between neurons.

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  • An international team, led by researchers at the University of California, found that misfolding of a protein called neuroligin-3, due to gene mutations, results in trafficking deficiencies that may lead to abnormal communications between neurons.

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  • The researchers studied a protein called neuroligin-1, which helps nerve cells better communicate with each other.

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  • Journal of Biological Chemistry that misfolding of a protein called neuroligin-3, due to gene mutations, results in trafficking deficiencies that may lead to abnormal communications between neurons.

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  • An international team, led by researchers at the University of California, found that misfolding of a protein called neuroligin-3, due to gene mutations, results in trafficking deficiencies that may lead to abnormal communications between neurons.

    Medindia Health News

  • The researchers studied a protein called neuroligin-1, which helps nerve cells better communicate with each other.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • The researchers studied a protein called neuroligin-1, which helps nerve cells better communicate with each other.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • The researchers studied a protein called neuroligin-1, which helps nerve cells better communicate with each other.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • September 10 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry that misfolding of a protein called neuroligin-3, due to gene mutations, results in trafficking deficiencies that may lead to abnormal communications between neurons.

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  • (SACRAMENTO, Calif.) - A protein called neuroligin that is implicated in some forms of autism is critical to the construction of a working synapse, locking neurons together like

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