Heterozygous variants in CTR9, which encodes a major component of the PAF1 complex, are associated with a neurodevelopmental disorder

Marije Meuwissen, Aline Verstraeten, Emmanuelle Ranza, Justyna Iwaszkiewicz, Maaike Bastiaansen, Ligia Mateiu, Merlijn Nemegeer, Josephina A.N. Meester, Alexandra Afenjar, Michelle Amaral, Diana Ballhausen, Sarah Barnett, Magalie Barth, Bob Asselbergh, Katrien Spaas, Bavo Heeman, Jennifer Bassetti, Patrick Blackburn, Marie Schaer, Xavier BlancVincent Zoete, Kari Casas, Thomas Courtin, Diane Doummar, Frédéric Guerry, Boris Keren, John Pappas, Rachel Rabin, Amber Begtrup, Marwan Shinawi, Anneke T. Vulto-van Silfhout, Tjitske Kleefstra, Matias Wagner, Alban Ziegler, Elise Schaefer, Benedicte Gerard, Charlotte I. De Bie, Sjoerd J.B. Holwerda, Mary Alice Abbot, Stylianos E. Antonarakis, Bart Loeys

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