Single substitution in H3.3G34 alters DNMT3A recruitment to cause progressive neurodegeneration

Sima Khazaei, Carol C.L. Chen, Augusto Faria Andrade, Nisha Kabir, Pariya Azarafshar, Shahir M. Morcos, Josiane Alves França, Mariana Lopes, Peder J. Lund, Geoffroy Danieau, Samantha Worme, Lata Adnani, Nadine Nzirorera, Xiao Chen, Gayathri Yogarajah, Caterina Russo, Michele Zeinieh, Cassandra J. Wong, Laura Bryant, Steven HébertBethany Tong, Tianna S. Sihota, Damien Faury, Evan Puligandla, Wajih Jawhar, Veronica Sandy, Mitra Cowan, Emily M. Nakada, Loydie A. Jerome-Majewska, Benjamin Ellezam, Carolina Cavalieri Gomes, Jonas Denecke, Davor Lessel, Marie T. McDonald, Carolyn E. Pizoli, Kathryn Taylor, Benjamin T. Cocanougher, Elizabeth J. Bhoj, Anne Claude Gingras, Benjamin A. Garcia, Chao Lu, Eric I. Campos, Claudia L. Kleinman, Livia Garzia, Nada Jabado

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