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Dinckan, N. et al. A biallelic ANTXR1 variant expands the anthrax toxin receptor associated phenotype to tooth agenesis. Am J Med Genet A 176, 1015-1022 (2018).
Morimoto, M. et al. Bi-allelic CCDC47 Variants Cause a Disorder Characterized by Woolly Hair, Liver Dysfunction, Dysmorphic Features, and Global Developmental Delay. Am J Hum Genet 103, 794-807 (2018).
Liu, J. et al. The coexistence of copy number variations (CNVs) and single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) at a locus can result in distorted calculations of the significance in associating SNPs to disease. Hum Genet 137, 553-567 (2018).
Punetha, J. et al. Identification of a pathogenic PMP2 variant in a multi-generational family with CMT type 1: Clinical gene panels versus genome-wide approaches to molecular diagnosis. Mol Genet Metab 125, 302-304 (2018).
Du, R. et al. Identification of likely pathogenic and known variants in TSPEAR, LAMB3, BCOR, and WNT10A in four Turkish families with tooth agenesis. Hum Genet 137, 689-703 (2018).
Wang, K. et al. Perturbations of BMP/TGF-β and VEGF/VEGFR signalling pathways in non-syndromic sporadic brain arteriovenous malformations (BAVM). J Med Genet 55, 675-684 (2018).
Karaca, E. et al. Phenotypic expansion illuminates multilocus pathogenic variation. Genet Med 20, 1528-1537 (2018).
Wang, X. et al. Phenotypic expansion in - a common cause of intellectual disability in females. Ann Clin Transl Neurol 5, 1277-1285 (2018).
Jiang, Y. et al. The phenotypic spectrum of Xia-Gibbs syndrome. Am J Med Genet A 176, 1315-1326 (2018).
Callaway, D. A. et al. Prioritization of Candidate Genes for Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia in a Critical Region on Chromosome 4p16 using a Machine-Learning Algorithm. J Pediatr Genet 7, 164-173 (2018).
Jordan, V. K. et al. The role of FREM2 and FRAS1 in the development of congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Hum Mol Genet 27, 2064-2075 (2018).
Cheng, H. et al. Truncating Variants in NAA15 Are Associated with Variable Levels of Intellectual Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Congenital Anomalies. Am J Hum Genet 102, 985-994 (2018).