De Novo Truncating Variants in ASXL2 Are Associated with a Unique and Recognizable Clinical Phenotype Journal Articles Refereed uri icon

Overview

Authors

  • Authorship

    • SHASHI V
    • STONG N
    • HICKEY SE
    • SHUSS CM
    • FREEMARK MS
    • BELLET JS
    • KEELS MA
    • BONNER MJ
    • EL-DAIRI M
    • BUTLER M
    • KRANZ PG
    • PENA LDM
    • STUMPEL CTRM
    • KLINKENBERG S
    • OBERNDORFF K
    • ALAWI M
    • SANTER R
    • DR Slave Petrovski
    • KUISMIN O
    • KORPI-HEIKKILA S
    • PIETILAINEN O
    • AARNO P
    • KIM K
    • KURKI MI
    • HOISCHEN A
    • NEED AC
    • GOLDSTEIN DB
    • KORTUEM F
    • BURTON B
    • HEMPEL M
    • SCHOCH K
    • WALKIEWICZ M
    • MCLAUGHLIN HM
    • CHO M

Published in

  • American Journal of Human Genetics

Time

Date/time value

  • 2016

Identity

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

  • 10.1016/j.ajhg.2016.08.017

Additional Document Info

Parent Title

  • AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS

Volume

  • 99

Issue

  • 4

Publisher

  • University of Chicago Press