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De novo coding variants in the AGO1 gene cause a neurodevelopmental disorder with intellectual disability.

Schalk A, Cousin MA, Dsouza NR, Challman TD, Wain KE, Powis Z, Minks K, Trimouille A, Lasseaux E, Lacombe D, Angelini C, Michaud V, Van-Gils J, Spataro N, Ruiz A, Gabau E, Stolerman E, Washington C, Louie R, Lanpher BC, Kemppainen JL, Innes M, Kooy F, Meuwissen M, Goldenberg A, Lecoquierre F, Vera G, Diderich KEM, Sheidley B, El Achkar CM, Park M, Hamdan FF, Michaud JL, Lewis AJ, Zweier C, Reis A, Wagner M, Weigand H, Journel H, Keren B, Passemard S, Mignot C, van Gassen K, Brilstra EH, Itzikowitz G, O'Heir E, Allen J, Donald KA, Korf BR, Skelton T, Thompson M, Robin NH, Rudy NL, Dobyns WB, Foss K, Zarate YA, Bosanko KA, Alembik Y, Durand B, Tran Mau-Them F, Ranza E, Blanc X, Antonarakis SE, McWalter K, Torti E, Millan F, Dameron A, Tokita M, Zimmermann MT, Klee EW, Piton A, Gerard B. De novo coding variants in the AGO1 gene cause a neurodevelopmental disorder with intellectual disability. J Med Genet. 2022 10; 59(10):965-975.

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