Gain-of-function mutations in IFIH1 cause a spectrum of human disease phenotypes associated with upregulated type I interferon signaling

Gillian I Rice, Yoandris Del Toro Duany, Emma M Jenkinson, Gabriella M A Forte, Beverley H Anderson, Giada Ariaudo, Brigitte Bader-Meunier, Eileen M Baildam, Roberta Battini, Michael W Beresford, Manuela Casarano, Mondher Chouchane, Rolando Cimaz, Abigail E Collins, Nuno J V Cordeiro, Russell C Dale, Joyce E Davidson, Liesbeth De Waele, Isabelle Desguerre, Laurence FaivreElisa Fazzi, Bertrand Isidor, Lieven Lagae, Andrew R Latchman, Pierre Lebon, Chumei Li, John H Livingston, Charles M Lourenço, Maria Margherita Mancardi, Alice Masurel-Paulet, Iain B Mcinnes, Manoj P Menezes, Cyril Mignot, James O'Sullivan, Simona Orcesi, Paolo P Picco, Enrica Riva, Robert A Robinson, Diana Rodriguez, Elisabetta Salvatici, Christiaan Scott, Marta Szybowska, John L Tolmie, Adeline Vanderver, Catherine Vanhulle, Jose Pedro Vieira, Kate Webb, Robyn N Whitney, Simon G Williams, Lynne A Wolfe, Sameer M Zuberi, Sun Hur, Yanick J Crow

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