Abrogation of MAP4K4 protein function causes congenital anomalies in humans and zebrafish

Victoria Patterson, Farid Ullah, Laura Bryant, John N. Griffin, Alpa Sidhu, Sheila Saliganan, Mackenzie Blaile, Margarita S. Saenz, Rosemarie Smith, Sara Ellingwood, Dorothy K. Grange, Xuyun Hu, Maimaiti Mireguli, Yanfei Luo, Yiping Shen, Maureen Mulhern, Elaine Zackai, Alyssa Ritter, Kosaki Izumi, Julia HoefeleMatias Wagner, Korbinian M. Riedhammer, Barbara Seitz, Nathaniel H. Robin, Dana Goodloe, Cyril Mignot, Boris Keren, Helen Cox, Joanna Jarvis, Maja Hempel, Cynthia Forster Gibson, Frederic Tran Mau-Them, Antonio Vitobello, Ange Line Bruel, Arthur Sorlin, Sarju Mehta, F. Lucy Raymond, Kelly Gilmore, Bradford C. Powell, Karen Weck, Chumei Li, Anneke T. Vulto-Van Silfhout, Thea Giacomini, Maria Margherita Mancardi, Andrea Accogli, Vincenzo Salpietro, Federico Zara, Neeta L. Vora, Erica E. Davis, Rebecca Burdine*, Elizabeth Bhoj*

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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology