De novo and inherited mutations in the X-linked gene CLCN4 are associated with syndromic intellectual disability and behavior and seizure disorders in males and females

E. E. Palmer, T. Stuhlmann, S. Weinert, E. Haan, H. Van Esch, M. Holvoet, J. Boyle, M. Leffler, M. Raynaud, C. Moraine, H. Van Bokhoven, T. Kleefstra, K. Kahrizi, H. Najmabadi, H. H. Ropers, M. R. Delgado, D. Sirsi, S. Golla, A. Sommer, M. P. PietrygaW. K. Chung, J. Wynn, L. Rohena, E. Bernardo, D. Hamlin, B. M. Faux, D. K. Grange, L. Manwaring, J. Tolmie, S. Joss, D. D.D. Study, J. M. Cobben, F. A.M. Duijkers, J. M. Goehringer, T. D. Challman, F. Hennig, U. Fischer, A. Grimme, V. Suckow, L. Musante, J. Nicholl, M. Shaw, S. P. Lodh, Z. Niu, J. A. Rosenfeld, P. Stankiewicz, T. J. Jentsch, J. Gecz, M. Field, V. M. Kalscheuer

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