HNRNPC haploinsufficiency affects alternative splicing of intellectual disability-associated genes and causes a neurodevelopmental disorder

Eva Niggl, Arjan Bouman*, Genomics England Research Consortium, Undiagnosed Diseases Network, Lauren C. Briere, Remco M. Hoogenboezem, Ilse Wallaard, Joohyun Park, Jakob Admard, Martina Wilke, Emilio D.R.O. Harris-Mostert, Minetta Elgersma, Jennifer Bain, Meena Balasubramanian, Siddharth Banka, Paul J. Benke, Miriam Bertrand, Alyssa E. Blesson, Jill Clayton-Smith, Jamie M. EllingfordMadelyn A. Gillentine, Dana H. Goodloe, Tobias B. Haack, Mahim Jain, Ian Krantz, Sharon M. Luu, Molly McPheron, Candace L. Muss, Sarah E. Raible, Nathaniel H. Robin, Michael Spiller, Susan Starling, David A. Sweetser, Isabelle Thiffault, Francesco Vetrini, Dennis Witt, Emily Woods, Dihong Zhou, Ype Elgersma*, Annelot C.M. van Esbroeck

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