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Biallelic loss of human CTNNA2, encoding aN-catenin, leads to ARP2/3 complex overactivity and disordered cortical neuronal migration.

Schaffer AE, Breuss MW, Caglayan AO, Al-Sanaa N, Al-Abdulwahed HY, Kaymak├žalan H, Yilmaz C, Zaki MS, Rosti RO, Copeland B, Baek ST, Musaev D, Scott EC, Ben-Omran T, Kariminejad A, Kayserili H, Mojahedi F, Kara M, Cai N, Silhavy JL, Elsharif S, Fenercioglu E, Barshop BA, Kara B, Wang R, Stanley V, James KN, Nachnani R, Kalur A, Megahed H, Incecik F, Danda S, Alanay Y, Faqeih E, Melikishvili G, Mansour L, Miller I, Sukhudyan B, Chelly J, Dobyns WB, Bilguvar K, Jamra RA, Gunel M, Gleeson JG. Biallelic loss of human CTNNA2, encoding aN-catenin, leads to ARP2/3 complex overactivity and disordered cortical neuronal migration. Nat Genet. 2018 08; 50(8):1093-1101.

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