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Carvalho, C. M. B. et al. Absence of heterozygosity due to template switching during replicative rearrangements. Am J Hum Genet 96, 555-64 (2015).
Vilarinho, S. et al. ACOX2 deficiency: A disorder of bile acid synthesis with transaminase elevation, liver fibrosis, ataxia, and cognitive impairment. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 113, 11289-11293 (2016).
Cordeddu, V. et al. Activating Mutations Affecting the Dbl Homology Domain of SOS2 Cause Noonan Syndrome. Hum Mutat 36, 1080-7 (2015).
Simon, M. T. et al. Activation of a cryptic splice site in the mitochondrial elongation factor GFM1 causes combined OXPHOS deficiency. Mitochondrion 34, 84-90 (2017).
Ashraf, S. et al. ADCK4 mutations promote steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome through CoQ10 biosynthesis disruption. J Clin Invest 123, 5179-89 (2013).
Santos-Cortez, R. Lyn P. et al. Adenylate cyclase 1 (ADCY1) mutations cause recessive hearing impairment in humans and defects in hair cell function and hearing in zebrafish. Hum Mol Genet 23, 3289-98 (2014).
Naves, L. A. et al. Aggressive tumor growth and clinical evolution in a patient with X-linked acro-gigantism syndrome. Endocrine 51, 236-44 (2016).
Ng, B. G. et al. ALG1-CDG: Clinical and Molecular Characterization of 39 Unreported Patients. Hum Mutat 37, 653-60 (2016).
Seco, C. Zazo et al. Allelic Mutations of KITLG, Encoding KIT Ligand, Cause Asymmetric and Unilateral Hearing Loss and Waardenburg Syndrome Type 2. Am J Hum Genet 97, 647-60 (2015).
Gu, S. et al. Alu-mediated diverse and complex pathogenic copy-number variants within human chromosome 17 at p13.3. Hum Mol Genet 24, 4061-77 (2015).
Boone, P. M. et al. The Alu-rich genomic architecture of SPAST predisposes to diverse and functionally distinct disease-associated CNV alleles. Am J Hum Genet 95, 143-61 (2014).
Hjeij, R. et al. ARMC4 mutations cause primary ciliary dyskinesia with randomization of left/right body asymmetry. Am J Hum Genet 93, 357-67 (2013).
Romere, C. et al. Asprosin, a Fasting-Induced Glucogenic Protein Hormone. Cell 165, 566-79 (2016).
English, A. C. et al. Assessing structural variation in a personal genome-towards a human reference diploid genome. BMC Genomics 16, 286 (2015).
Strauss, R. W. et al. Assessment of estimated retinal atrophy progression in Stargardt macular dystrophy using spectral-domain optical coherence tomography. Br J Ophthalmol 100, 956-962 (2016).
Jurgens, J. et al. Assessment of incidental findings in 232 whole-exome sequences from the Baylor-Hopkins Center for Mendelian Genomics. Genet Med 17, 782-8 (2015).
Rosenthal, E. A. et al. Association Between Absolute Neutrophil Count and Variation at TCIRG1: The NHLBI Exome Sequencing Project. Genet Epidemiol 40, 470-4 (2016).
Mirzaa, G. M. et al. Association of MTOR Mutations With Developmental Brain Disorders, Including Megalencephaly, Focal Cortical Dysplasia, and Pigmentary Mosaicism. JAMA Neurol 73, 836-45 (2016).
Yu, B. et al. Association of Rare Loss-Of-Function Alleles in HAL, Serum Histidine: Levels and Incident Coronary Heart Disease. Circ Cardiovasc Genet 8, 351-5 (2015).
Chen, D. - H. et al. Ataxia-Pancytopenia Syndrome Is Caused by Missense Mutations in SAMD9L. Am J Hum Genet 98, 1146-58 (2016).
Yu, J. - H., Crouch, J., Jamal, S. M., Tabor, H. K. & Bamshad, M. J. Attitudes of African Americans toward return of results from exome and whole genome sequencing. Am J Med Genet A 161A, 1064-72 (2013).
Yu, J. - H., Harrell, T. M., Jamal, S. M., Tabor, H. K. & Bamshad, M. J. Attitudes of genetics professionals toward the return of incidental results from exome and whole-genome sequencing. Am J Hum Genet 95, 77-84 (2014).
Yu, J. - H., Crouch, J., Jamal, S. M., Bamshad, M. J. & Tabor, H. K. Attitudes of non-African American focus group participants toward return of results from exome and whole genome sequencing. Am J Med Genet A 164A, 2153-60 (2014).
Chong, J. X. et al. Autosomal-Dominant Multiple Pterygium Syndrome Is Caused by Mutations in MYH3. Am J Hum Genet 96, 841-9 (2015).
Santos-Cortez, R. Lyn P. et al. Autosomal-Recessive Hearing Impairment Due to Rare Missense Variants within S1PR2. Am J Hum Genet 98, 331-8 (2016).
Sawyer, S. L. et al. Biallelic mutations in BRCA1 cause a new Fanconi anemia subtype. Cancer Discov 5, 135-42 (2015).
Li, H. et al. Biallelic Mutations in Citron Kinase Link Mitotic Cytokinesis to Human Primary Microcephaly. Am J Hum Genet 99, 501-10 (2016).
Mace, E. M. et al. Biallelic mutations in IRF8 impair human NK cell maturation and function. J Clin Invest 127, 306-320 (2017).
Vetrini, F. et al. Bi-allelic Mutations in PKD1L1 Are Associated with Laterality Defects in Humans. Am J Hum Genet 99, 886-893 (2016).
Akizu, N. et al. Biallelic mutations in SNX14 cause a syndromic form of cerebellar atrophy and lysosome-autophagosome dysfunction. Nat Genet 47, 528-34 (2015).
Lardelli, R. M. et al. Biallelic mutations in the 3' exonuclease TOE1 cause pontocerebellar hypoplasia and uncover a role in snRNA processing. Nat Genet 49, 457-464 (2017).
Jerber, J. et al. Biallelic Mutations in TMTC3, Encoding a Transmembrane and TPR-Containing Protein, Lead to Cobblestone Lissencephaly. Am J Hum Genet 99, 1181-1189 (2016).
Stray-Pedersen, A. et al. Biallelic Mutations in UNC80 Cause Persistent Hypotonia, Encephalopathy, Growth Retardation, and Severe Intellectual Disability. Am J Hum Genet 98, 202-9 (2016).
Law, R. et al. Biallelic truncating mutations in FMN2, encoding the actin-regulatory protein Formin 2, cause nonsyndromic autosomal-recessive intellectual disability. Am J Hum Genet 95, 721-8 (2014).
Çağlayan, A. Okay et al. Brain malformations associated with Knobloch syndrome--review of literature, expanding clinical spectrum, and identification of novel mutations. Pediatr Neurol 51, 806-813.e8 (2014).
Bamshad, M. J. et al. The Centers for Mendelian Genomics: a new large-scale initiative to identify the genes underlying rare Mendelian conditions. Am J Med Genet A 158A, 1523-5 (2012).
Bosch, D. G. M. et al. Cerebral visual impairment and intellectual disability caused by PGAP1 variants. Eur J Hum Genet 23, 1689-93 (2015).
Rehman, A. U. et al. Challenges and solutions for gene identification in the presence of familial locus heterogeneity. Eur J Hum Genet 23, 1207-15 (2015).
Scott, E. M. et al. Characterization of Greater Middle Eastern genetic variation for enhanced disease gene discovery. Nat Genet 48, 1071-6 (2016).
Zuccherato, L. W., Alleva, B., Whiters, M. A., Carvalho, C. M. B. & Lupski, J. R. Chimeric transcripts resulting from complex duplications in chromosome Xq28. Hum Genet 135, 253-6 (2016).
Fiallos, K. et al. Choices for return of primary and secondary genomic research results of 790 members of families with Mendelian disease. Eur J Hum Genet 25, 530-537 (2017).
Toriyama, M. et al. The ciliopathy-associated CPLANE proteins direct basal body recruitment of intraflagellar transport machinery. Nat Genet 48, 648-56 (2016).
Lupski, J. R., Belmont, J. W., Boerwinkle, E. & Gibbs, R. A. Clan genomics and the complex architecture of human disease. Cell 147, 32-43 (2011).
Prada, C. E. et al. Clinical utility of whole-exome sequencing in rare diseases: Galactosialidosis. Eur J Med Genet 57, 339-44 (2014).
Schaffer, A. E. et al. CLP1 founder mutation links tRNA splicing and maturation to cerebellar development and neurodegeneration. Cell 157, 651-63 (2014).
Chen, L. et al. CNV instability associated with DNA replication dynamics: evidence for replicative mechanisms in CNV mutagenesis. Hum Mol Genet 24, 1574-83 (2015).
Lupski, J. R. Cognitive phenotypes and genomic copy number variations. JAMA 313, 2029-30 (2015).
Wang, G. T., Zhang, D., Li, B., Dai, H. & Leal, S. M. Collapsed haplotype pattern method for linkage analysis of next-generation sequence data. Eur J Hum Genet 23, 1739-43 (2015).
Besse, W., Mansour, S., Jatwani, K., Nast, C. C. & Brewster, U. C. Collapsing glomerulopathy in a young woman with APOL1 risk alleles following acute parvovirus B19 infection: a case report investigation. BMC Nephrol 17, 125 (2016).