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From: Some DNM2 mutations cause extremely severe congenital myopathy and phenocopy myotubular myopathy

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a. Hematoxilin-eosin (HE) and nicotinamide adenosine dinucleotide-tetrazolium reductase (NADH-TR) staining of muscles from the patients, showing fibers with centralized nuclei (HE) and abnormal central accumulation oxidative staining and a paler peripheral halo. Scale bars 20 μm. b. Electron microscopy of patient 1 muscle showing partial sarcomeres disorganisation and central nuclei. Scale bar 10 μm. c. Localization of presently reported mutations (dark blue) compared to known DNM2-CNM mutations (red) on the 3D model of nucleotide-free human DNM1 (PDB 3SNH). They all clusterize at the PH (yellow) – Middle/stalk (light blue) interface (green line)

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