Recessive mutations in SPTBN2 implicate β-III spectrin in both cognitive and motor development

Stefano Lise*, Yvonne Clarkson, Emma Perkins, Alexandra Kwasniewska, Elham Sadighi Akha, Ricardo Parolin Schnekenberg, Daumante Suminaite, Jilly Hope, Ian Baker, Lorna Gregory, Angie Green, Chris Allan, Sarah Lamble, Sandeep Jayawant, Gerardine Quaghebeur, M. Zameel Cader, Sarah Hughes, Richard J. E. Armstrong, Alexander Kanapin, Andrew RimmerGerton Lunter, Iain Mathieson, Jean-Baptiste Cazier, David Buck, Jenny C. Taylor, David Bentley, Gilean McVean, Peter Donnelly, Samantha J. L. Knight, Mandy Jackson, Jiannis Ragoussis, Andrea H. Nemeth

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