An atypical deletion of the Williams-Beuren syndrome interval implicates genes associated with defective visuospatial processing and autism

Lisa Edelmann, Aaron Prosnitz, Sherly Pardo, Jahnavi Bhatt, Ninette Cohen, Tara Lauriat, Leonid Ouchanov, Patricia J. González, Elina R. Manghi, Pamela Bondy, Marcela Esquivel, Silvia Monge, Marietha F. Delgado, Alessandra Splendore, Uta Francke, Barbara K. Burton, L. Alison McInnes*

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