Exome sequencing implicates genetic disruption of prenatal neuro-gliogenesis in sporadic congenital hydrocephalus

Sheng Chih Jin, Weilai Dong, Adam J. Kundishora, Shreyas Panchagnula, Andres Moreno-De-Luca, Charuta G. Furey, August A. Allocco, Rebecca L. Walker, Carol Nelson-Williams, Hannah Smith, Ashley Dunbar, Sierra Conine, Qiongshi Lu, Xue Zeng, Michael C. Sierant, James R. Knight, William Sullivan, Phan Q. Duy, Tyrone DeSpenza, Benjamin C. ReevesJason K. Karimy, Arnaud Marlier, Christopher Castaldi, Irina R. Tikhonova, Boyang Li, Helena Perez Peña, James R. Broach, Edith M. Kabachelor, Peter Ssenyonga, Christine Hehnly, Li Ge, Boris Keren, Andrew T. Timberlake, June Goto, Francesco T. Mangano, James M. Johnston, William E. Butler, Benjamin C. Warf, Edward R. Smith, Steven J. Schiff, David D. Limbrick, Gregory Heuer, Eric M. Jackson, Bermans J. Iskandar, Shrikant Mane, Shozeb Haider, Bulent Guclu, Yasar Bayri, Yener Sahin, Charles C. Duncan, Michael L.J. Apuzzo, Michael L. DiLuna, Ellen J. Hoffman, Nenad Sestan, Laura R. Ment, Seth L. Alper, Kaya Bilguvar, Daniel H. Geschwind, Murat Günel, Richard P. Lifton, Kristopher T. Kahle

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