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  2. ALS-associated missense and nonsense TBK1 mutations can both cause loss of kinase function

    de Majo, M., Topp, S. D., Smith, B. N., Nishimura, A. L., Chen, H-J., Soragia-Gkazi, A., Miller, J., Wong, C. H., Vance, C., Baas, F., ten Asbroek, A. LMA., Kenna, K. P., Ticozzi, N., Redondo, A. G., Esteban-Pérez, J., Tiloca, C., Verde, F., Duga, S., Morrison, K. E., Shaw, P. J. & 13 others, Kirby, J., Turner, M. R., Talbot, K., Hardiman, O., Glass, J. D., de Belleroche, J., Gellera, C., Ratti, A., Al-Chalabi, A., Brown Jr., R. H., Silani, V., Landers, J. E. & Shaw, C. E., 25 Jun 2018

    Article in Neurobiology of Aging

  3. ALTERATION IN CROSSBRIDGE KINETICS CAUSED BY MUTATIONS IN ACTIN

    Drummond, D. R., Peckham, M., White, D. C. S. & Sparrow, J. C., 29 Nov 1990

    Article in Nature