A Novel Mecp2 Y120D Knock-in Model Displays Similar Behavioral Traits But Distinct Molecular Features Compared to the Mecp2-Null Mouse Implying Precision Medicine for the Treatment of Rett Syndrome

Anna Gandaglia, Elena Brivio, Sara Carli, Michela Palmieri, Francesco Bedogni, Gilda Stefanelli, Anna Bergo, Barbara Leva, Chiara Cattaneo, Lara Pizzamiglio, Marco Cicerone, Veronica Bianchi, Charlotte Kilstrup-Nielsen, Ilda D’Annessa, Daniele Di Marino, Patrizia D’Adamo, Flavia Antonucci, Angelisa Frasca, Nicoletta Landsberger

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