HIST1H1E heterozygous protein-truncating variants cause a recognizable syndrome with intellectual disability and distinctive facial gestalt: A study to clarify the HIST1H1E syndrome phenotype in 30 individuals

Deepika D.Cunha Burkardt, Anna Zachariou, Chey Loveday, Clare L. Allen, David J. Amor, Anna Ardissone, Siddharth Banka, Alexia Bourgois, Christine Coubes, Cheryl Cytrynbaum, Laurence Faivre, Gerard Marion, Rachel Horton, Dieter Kotzot, Guillermo Lay-Son, Melissa Lees, Karen Low, Ho Ming Luk, Paul Mark, Allyn McConkie-RosellMarie McDonald, John Pappas, Christophe Phillipe, Deborah Shears, Brian Skotko, Fiona Stewart, Helen Stewart, I. Karen Temple, Frederic T. Mau-Them, Ricardo A. Verdugo, Rosanna Weksberg, Yuri A. Zarate, John M. Graham, Katrina Tatton-Brown

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