De novo heterozygous mutations in SMC3 cause a range of cornelia de lange syndrome-overlapping phenotypes

María Concepción Gil-Rodríguez, Matthew A. Deardorff, Morad Ansari, Christopher A. Tan, Ilaria Parenti, Carolina Baquero-Montoya, Lilian B. Ousager, Beatriz Puisac, María Hernández-Marcos, María Esperanza Teresa-Rodrigo, Iñigo Marcos-Alcalde, Jan Jaap Wesselink, Silvia Lusa-Bernal, Emilia K. Bijlsma, Diana Braunholz, Inés Bueno-Martinez, Dinah Clark, Nicola S. Cooper, Cynthia J. Curry, Richard FisherAlan Fryer, Jaya Ganesh, Cristina Gervasini, Gabriele Gillessen-Kaesbach, Yiran Guo, Hakon Hakonarson, Robert J. Hopkin, Maninder Kaur, Brendan J. Keating, María Kibaek, Esther Kinning, Tjitske Kleefstra, Antonie D. Kline, Ekaterina Kuchinskaya, Lidia Larizza, Yun R. Li, Xuanzhu Liu, Milena Mariani, Jonathan D. Picker, Ángeles Pié, Jelena Pozojevic, Ethel Queralt, Julie Richer, Elizabeth Roeder, Anubha Sinha, Richard H. Scott, Joyce So, Katherine A. Wusik, Louise Wilson, Jianguo Zhang, Paulino Gómez-Puertas, César H. Casale, Lena Ström, Angelo Selicorni, Feliciano J. Ramos, Laird G. Jackson, Ian D. Krantz, Soma Das, Raoul C.M. Hennekam, Frank J. Kaiser, David R. Fitzpatrick, Juan Pié

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