A cellular model for human pantothenate kinase 2 dysfunction
OHSU # 2184
Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have developed the first and only cell based PKAN model whereby human fibroblasts with respiratory dysfunction are maintained and utilized to screen compounds for biological activity against PKAN cellular phenotypes associated with PANK2 gene mutations. For licensing, please contact OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development at or (503) 494-5861 and reference OHSU Tech No. 2184.
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