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Disruption of RFX family transcription factors causes autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, intellectual disability, and dysregulated behavior.

Harris HK, Nakayama T, Lai J, Zhao B, Argyrou N, Gubbels CS, Soucy A, Genetti CA, Suslovitch V, Rodan LH, Tiller GE, Lesca G, Gripp KW, Asadollahi R, Hamosh A, Applegate CD, Turnpenny PD, Simon MEH, Volker-Touw CML, Gassen KLIV, Binsbergen EV, Pfundt R, Gardeitchik T, Vries BBA, Immken LL, Buchanan C, Willing M, Toler TL, Fassi E, Baker L, Vansenne F, Wang X, Ambrus JL, Fannemel M, Posey JE, Agolini E, Novelli A, Rauch A, Boonsawat P, Fagerberg CR, Larsen MJ, Kibaek M, Labalme A, Poisson A, Payne KK, Walsh LE, Aldinger KA, Balciuniene J, Skraban C, Gray C, Murrell J, Bupp CP, Pascolini G, Grammatico P, Broly M, Küry S, Nizon M, Rasool IG, Zahoor MY, Kraus C, Reis A, Iqbal M, Uguen K, Audebert-Bellanger S, Ferec C, Redon S, Baker J, Wu Y, Zampino G, Syrbe S, Brosse I, Jamra RA, Dobyns WB, Cohen LL, Blomhoff A, Mignot C, Keren B, Courtin T, Agrawal PB, Beggs AH, Yu TW. Disruption of RFX family transcription factors causes autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, intellectual disability, and dysregulated behavior. Genet Med. 2021 06; 23(6):1028-1040.

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