Phenotypic variability of patients homozygous for the GJB2 mutation 35delG cannot be explained by the influence of one major modifier gene

Nele Hilgert, Matthew J. Huentelman, Ashley Q. Thorburn, Erik Fransen, Nele Dieltjens, Malgorzata Mueller-Malesinska, Agnieszka Pollak, Agata Skorka, Jaroslaw Waligora, Rafal Ploski, Pierangela Castorina, Paola Primignani, Umberto Ambrosetti, Alessandra Murgia, Eva Orzan, Arti Pandya, Kathleen Arnos, Virginia Norris, Pavel Seeman, Petr JanousekDelphine Feldmann, Sandrine Marlin, Françoise Denoyelle, Carla J. Nishimura, Andreas Janecke, Doris Nekahm-Heis, Alessandro Martini, Elena Mennucci, Timea Tóth, Istvan Sziklai, Ignacio del Castillo, Felipe Moreno, Michael B. Petersen, Vasiliki Iliadou, Mustafa Tekin, Armagan Incesulu, Ewa Nowakowska, Jerzy Bal, Paul Van de Heyning, Anne Françoise Roux, Catherine Blanchet, Cyril Goizet, Guenaëlle Lancelot, Graça Fialho, Helena Caria, Xue Zhong Liu, Ouyang Xiaomei, Paul Govaerts, Karen Grønskov, Karianne Hostmark, Klemens Frei, Ingeborg Dhooge, Stephen Vlaeminck, Erdmute Kunstmann, Lut Van Laer, Richard J H Smith, Guy Van Camp

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