Loss of niemann-pick C1 or C2 protein results in similar biochemical changes suggesting that these proteins function in a common lysosomal pathway

Sayali S. Dixit, Michel Jadot, Istvan Sohar, David E. Sleat, Ann M. Stock, Peter Lobel

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