Mutations in extracellular matrix genes NID1 and LAMC1 cause autosomal dominant dandy-walker malformation and occipital cephaloceles

Benjamin W. Darbro, Vinit B. Mahajan, Lokesh Gakhar, Jessica M. Skeie, Elizabeth Campbell, Shu Wu, Xinyu Bing, Kathleen J. Millen, William B. Dobyns, John A. Kessler, Ali Jalali, James Cremer, Alberto Segre, J. Robert Manak, Kimerbly A. Aldinger, Satoshi Suzuki, Nagato Natsume, Maya Ono, Huynh Dai Hai, Le Thi VietSara Loddo, Enza M. Valente, Laura Bernardini, Nitin Ghonge, Polly J. Ferguson, Alexander G. Bassuk*

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