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This is a "connection" page, showing publications co-authored by Daniela Del Gaudio and Darrel J. Waggoner.

 
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0.587
 
  1. Yap KL, Johnson AEK, Fischer D, Kandikatla P, Deml J, Nelakuditi V, Halbach S, Jeha GS, Burrage LC, Bodamer O, Benavides VC, Lewis AM, Ellard S, Shah P, Cody D, Diaz A, Devarajan A, Truong L, Greeley SAW, De Leon DD, Edmondson AC, Das S, Thornton P, Waggoner D, Del Gaudio D. Correction: "Congenital hyperinsulinism as the presenting feature of Kabuki syndrome: clinical and molecular characterization of 10 affected individuals". Genet Med. 2019 01; 21(1):262-265.
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    Score: 0.202
  2. Yap KL, Johnson AEK, Fischer D, Kandikatla P, Deml J, Nelakuditi V, Halbach S, Jeha GS, Burrage LC, Bodamer O, Benavides VC, Lewis AM, Ellard S, Shah P, Cody D, Diaz A, Devarajan A, Truong L, Greeley SAW, De LeĆ³-Crutchlow DD, Edmondson AC, Das S, Thornton P, Waggoner D, Del Gaudio D. Congenital hyperinsulinism as the presenting feature of Kabuki syndrome: clinical and molecular characterization of 9 affected individuals. Genet Med. 2019 01; 21(1):233-242.
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    Score: 0.194
  3. Cheng YW, Tan CA, Minor A, Arndt K, Wysinger L, Grange DK, Kozel BA, Robin NH, Waggoner D, Fitzpatrick C, Das S, Del Gaudio D. Copy number analysis of NIPBL in a cohort of 510 patients reveals rare copy number variants and a mosaic deletion. Mol Genet Genomic Med. 2014 Mar; 2(2):115-23.
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    Score: 0.142
  4. Sun M, Johnson AK, Nelakuditi V, Guidugli L, Fischer D, Arndt K, Ma L, Sandford E, Shakkottai V, Boycott K, Warman-Chardon J, Li Z, Del Gaudio D, Burmeister M, Gomez CM, Waggoner DJ, Das S. Targeted exome analysis identifies the genetic basis of disease in over 50% of patients with a wide range of ataxia-related phenotypes. Genet Med. 2019 01; 21(1):195-206.
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    Score: 0.049
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