Exome sequencing implicates an increased burden of rare potassium channel variants in the risk of drug-induced long QT interval syndrome

Peter Weeke, Jonathan D. Mosley, David Hanna, Jessica T. Delaney, Christian Shaffer, Quinn S. Wells, Sara Van Driest, Jason H. Karnes, Christie Ingram, Yan Guo, Yu Shyr, Kris Norris, Prince J. Kannankeril, Andrea H. Ramirez, Joshua D. Smith, Elaine R. Mardis, Deborah Nickerson, Alfred L. George, Dan M. Roden*

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