De novo and inherited TCF20 pathogenic variants are associated with intellectual disability, dysmorphic features, hypotonia, and neurological impairments with similarities to Smith-Magenis syndrome

Francesco Vetrini, Shane McKee, Jill A. Rosenfeld, Mohnish Suri, Andrea M. Lewis, Kimberly Margaret Nugent, Elizabeth Roeder, Rebecca O. Littlejohn, Sue Holder, Wenmiao Zhu, Joseph T. Alaimo, Brett Graham, Jill M. Harris, James B. Gibson, Matthew Pastore, Kim L. McBride, Makanko Komara, Lihadh Al-Gazali, Aisha Al Shamsi, Elizabeth A. FanningKlaas J. Wierenga, Daryl A. Scott, Ziva Ben-Neriah, Vardiella Meiner, Hanoch Cassuto, Orly Elpeleg, J. Lloyd Holder, Lindsay C. Burrage, Laurie H. Seaver, Lionel Van Maldergem, Sonal Mahida, Janet S. Soul, Margaret Marlatt, Ludmila Matyakhina, Julie Vogt, June Anne Gold, Soo Mi Park, Vinod Varghese, Anne K. Lampe, Ajith Kumar, Melissa Lees, Muriel Holder-Espinasse, Vivienne McConnell, Birgitta Bernhard, Ed Blair, Victoria Harrison, Donna M. Muzny, Richard A. Gibbs, Sarah H. Elsea, Jennifer E. Posey, Weimin Bi, Seema Lalani, Fan Xia, Yaping Yang, Christine M. Eng, James R. Lupski, Pengfei Liu

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