Activating mutations in BRAF disrupt the hypothalamo-pituitary axis leading to hypopituitarism in mice and humans

Angelica Gualtieri, Nikolina Kyprianou, Louise C. Gregory, Maria Lillina Vignola, James G. Nicholson, Rachael Tan, Shin ichi Inoue, Valeria Scagliotti, Pedro Casado, James Blackburn, Fernando Abollo-Jimenez, Eugenia Marinelli, Rachael E.J. Besser, Wolfgang Högler, I. Karen Temple, Justin H. Davies, Andrey Gagunashvili, Iain C.A.F. Robinson, Sally A. Camper, Shannon W. DavisPedro R. Cutillas, Evelien F. Gevers, Yoko Aoki, Mehul T. Dattani, Carles Gaston-Massuet

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