Defects in the IFT-B component IFT172 cause jeune and mainzer-saldino syndromes in humans

Jan Halbritter, Albane A. Bizet, Miriam Schmidts, Jonathan D. Porath, Daniela A. Braun, Heon Yung Gee, Aideen M. McInerney-Leo, Pauline Krug, Emilie Filhol, Erica Ellen Davis, Rannar Airik, Peter G. Czarnecki, Anna M. Lehman, Peter Trnka, Patrick Nitschké, Christine Bole-Feysot, Markus Schueler, Bertrand Knebelmann, Stéphane Burtey, Attila J. SzabóKálmán Tory, Paul J. Leo, Brooke Gardiner, Fiona A. McKenzie, Andreas Zankl, Matthew A. Brown, Jane L. Hartley, Eamonn R. Maher, Chunmei Li, Michel R. Leroux, Peter J. Scambler, Shing H. Zhan, Steven J. Jones, Hülya Kayserili, Beyhan Tuysuz, Khemchand N. Moorani, Alexandru Constantinescu, Ian D. Krantz, Bernard S. Kaplan, Jagesh V. Shah, Toby W. Hurd, Dan Doherty, Elias Nicholas Katsanis, Emma L. Duncan, Edgar A. Otto, Philip L. Beales, Hannah M. Mitchison, Sophie Saunier*, Friedhelm Hildebrandt

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