KrasP34R and KrasT58I mutations induce distinct RASopathy phenotypes in mice

Jasmine C. Wong, Pedro A. Perez-Mancera, Tannie Q. Huang, Jangkyung Kim, Joaquim Grego-Bessa, Maria del pilar Alzamora, Scott C. Kogan, Amnon Sharir, Susan H. Keefe, Carolina E. Morales, Denny Schanze, Pau Castel, Kentaro Hirose, Guo N. Huang, Martin Zenker, Dean Sheppard, Ophir D. Klein, David A. Tuveson, Benjamin S. Braun, Kevin Shannon*

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