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Lowe's syndrome (also called oculocerebral renal syndrome), is an X-linked recessive disorder, affecting males. Initially recognized in 1952, by Lowe, Terry and McLahan who described the triad of congenital cataracts, mental retardation and generalized aminoaciduria.

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ASHG declares 2015 recipients of annual Award for Excellence in Human Genetics Education

ASHG declares 2015 recipients of annual Award for Excellence in Human Genetics Education

Study is the first to show that lowering the levels of lipid in nerve terminals affects the efficiency of neurotransmission

Study is the first to show that lowering the levels of lipid in nerve terminals affects the efficiency of neurotransmission