RCL1 copy number variants are associated with a range of neuropsychiatric phenotypes

Catherine A. Brownstein*, Richard S. Smith, Lance H. Rodan, Mark P. Gorman, Margaret A. Hojlo, Emily A. Garvey, Jianqiao Li, Kristin Cabral, Joshua J. Bowen, Abhijit S. Rao, Casie A. Genetti, Devon Carroll, Emma A. Deaso, Pankaj B. Agrawal, Jill A. Rosenfeld, Weimin Bi, Jennifer Howe, Dimitri J. Stavropoulos, Adam W. Hansen, Hesham M. HamodaFerne Pinard, Annmarie Caracansi, Christopher A. Walsh, Eugene J. D’Angelo, Alan H. Beggs, Mehdi Zarrei, Richard A. Gibbs, Stephen W. Scherer, David C. Glahn, Joseph Gonzalez-Heydrich

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