Biallelic variants in TMEM222 cause a new autosomal recessive neurodevelopmental disorder

Daniel L. Polla, Mohammad Ali Farazi Fard, Zahra Tabatabaei, Parham Habibzadeh, Olga A. Levchenko, Pooneh Nikuei, Periklis Makrythanasis, Mureed Hussain, Sandra von Hardenberg, Sirous Zeinali, Mohammad Sadegh Fallah, Janneke H.M. Schuurs-Hoeijmakers, Mohsin Shahzad, Fareeha Fatima, Neelam Fatima, Laura Donker Kaat, Hennie T. Bruggenwirth, Leah R. Fleming, John Condie, Rafal PloskiAgnieszka Pollak, Jacek Pilch, Nina A. Demina, Alena L. Chukhrova, Vasilina S. Sergeeva, Hanka Venselaar, Amira T. Masri, Hanan Hamamy, Federico A. Santoni, Katrin Linda, Zubair M. Ahmed, Nael Nadif Kasri, Arjan P.M. de Brouwer, Anke K. Bergmann, Sven Hethey, Majid Yavarian, Muhammad Ansar, Saima Riazuddin, Sheikh Riazuddin, Mohammad Silawi, Gaia Ruggeri, Filomena Pirozzi, Ebrahim Eftekhar, Afsaneh Taghipour Sheshdeh, Shima Bahramjahan, Ghayda M. Mirzaa, Alexander V. Lavrov, Stylianos E. Antonarakis, Mohammad Ali Faghihi, Hans van Bokhoven*

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