Pathogenic variants in STXBP1 and in genes for GABAa receptor subunities cause atypical rett/rett-like phenotypes

F. Cogliati, V. Giorgini, M. Masciadri, M.T. Bonati, M. Marchi, I. Cracco, D. Gentilini, A. Peron, M.N. Savini, L. Spaccini, B. Scelsa, S. Maitz, E. Veneselli, G. Prato, M. Pintaudi, I. Moroni, A. Vignoli, L. Larizza, S. Russo

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Cogliati, F., Giorgini, V., Masciadri, M., Bonati, M. T., Marchi, M., Cracco, I., Gentilini, D., Peron, A., Savini, M. N., Spaccini, L., Scelsa, B., Maitz, S., Veneselli, E., Prato, G., Pintaudi, M., Moroni, I., Vignoli, A., Larizza, L., & Russo, S. (2019). Pathogenic variants in STXBP1 and in genes for GABAa receptor subunities cause atypical rett/rett-like phenotypes. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 20(15). https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms20153621