X-exome sequencing of 405 unresolved families identifies seven novel intellectual disability genes

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Hu, H. ; Haas, S. ; Chelly, J. ; Van Esch, H. ; Raynaud, M. ; de Brouwer, A. ; Weinert, S. ; Froyen, G. ; Frints, S. ; Laumonnier, F. ; Zemojtel, T. ; Love, M. ; Richard, H. ; Emde, A. ; Bienek, M. ; Jensen, C. ; Hambrock, M. ; Fischer, U. ; Langnick, C. ; Feldkamp, M. ; Wissink-Lindhout, W. ; Lebrun, N. ; Castelnau, L. ; Rucci, J. ; Montjean, R. ; Dorseuil, O. ; Billuart, P. ; Stuhlmann, T. ; Shaw, M. ; Corbett, M. ... view all 84 authors (2016)
  • Publisher: Nature Publishing Group (U.K.)
  • Journal: volume 21, issue 1, pages 133-148 (issn: 1359-4184, eissn: 1476-5578)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1038/mp.2014.193, pmc: PMC5414091
  • Subject: Original Article | Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases | Technology Platforms | Function and Dysfunction of the Nervous System

<p>X-linked intellectual disability (XLID) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous disorder. During the past two decades in excess of 100 X-chromosome ID genes have been identified. Yet, a large number of families mapping to the X-chromosome remained unresolved su... View more
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