Mutations in PDLIM5 are rare in dilated cardiomyopathy but are emerging as potential disease modifiers

Job A. J. Verdonschot*, Emma L. Robinson, Kiely N. James, Mohamed W. Mohamed, Godelieve R. F. Claes, Kari Casas, Els K. Vanhoutte, Mark R. Hazebroek, Gabriel Kringlen, Michele M. Pasierb, Arthur van den Wijngaard, Jan F. C. Glatz, Stephane R. B. Heymans, Ingrid P. C. Krapels, Shareef Nahas, Han G. Brunner, Radek Szklarczyk

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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology