Whole genome sequencing for USH2A-associated disease reveals several pathogenic deep-intronic variants that are amenable to splice correction

Janine Reurink, Nicole Weisschuh, Alejandro Garanto, Adrian Dockery, L. Ingeborgh van den Born, Isabelle Fajardy, Lonneke Haer-Wigman, Susanne Kohl, Bernd Wissinger, G. Jane Farrar, Tamar Ben-Yosef, Fatma Kivrak Pfiffner, Wolfgang Berger, Marianna E. Weener, Lubica Dudakova, Petra Liskova, Dror Sharon, Manar Salameh, Ashley Offenheim, Elise HeonGiorgia Girotto, Paolo Gasparini, Anna Morgan, Arthur A. Bergen, Jacoline B. ten Brink, Caroline C.W. Klaver, Lisbeth Tranebjærg, Nanna D. Rendtorff, Sascha Vermeer, Jeroen J. Smits, Ronald J.E. Pennings, Marco Aben, Jaap Oostrik, Galuh D.N. Astuti, Jordi Corominas Galbany, Hester Y. Kroes, Milan Phan, Wendy A.G. van Zelst-Stams, Alberta A.H.J. Thiadens, Joke B.G.M. Verheij, Mary J. van Schooneveld, Suzanne E. de Bruijn, Catherina H.Z. Li, Carel B. Hoyng, Christian Gilissen, Lisenka E.L.M. Vissers, Frans P.M. Cremers, Hannie Kremer, Erwin van Wijk*, Susanne Roosing*

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