"Connexin 30" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A gap junction beta subunit that forms heteromeric hemichannels when paired with alpha subunits such as connexin-40 or CONNEXIN 43. Mutations in the connexin 30 gene (GJ6B) are associated with CLOUSTON'S SYNDROME and some hereditary forms of deafness.
- Connexin 30
- Gap Junction beta-6 Protein
- Gap Junction beta 6 Protein
- CX30 Channels
- Channels, CX30
- GJB6 Protein
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