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As part of a number of impressive OCDEM achievements, the paper in which Andrew Nesbit, Fadil Hannan and Sarah Howles are joint first authors has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

The manuscript entitled "Mutations affecting G-protein subunit aplha 11 in hypercalcaemia and hypocalcaemia" is a landmark paper and is a wonderful achievement for Andrew, Fadil and Sarah.

It follows on closely from their Nature Genetics paper that was published in January 2013.

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