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SRSF1 haploinsufficiency is responsible for a syndromic developmental disorder associated with intellectual disability.

Bogaert E, Garde A, Gautier T, Rooney K, Duffourd Y, LeBlanc P, van Reempts E, Tran Mau-Them F, Wentzensen IM, Au KS, Richardson K, Northrup H, Gatinois V, Genevi?ve D, Louie RJ, Lyons MJ, Laulund LW, Brasch-Andersen C, Maxel Juul T, El It F, Marle N, Callier P, Relator R, Haghshenas S, McConkey H, Kerkhof J, Cesario C, Novelli A, Brunetti-Pierri N, Pinelli M, Pennamen P, Naudion S, Legendre M, Courdier C, Trimouille A, Fenzy MD, Pais L, Yeung A, Nugent K, Roeder ER, Mitani T, Posey JE, Calame D, Yonath H, Rosenfeld JA, Musante L, Faletra F, Montanari F, Sartor G, Vancini A, Seri M, Besmond C, Poirier K, Hubert L, Hemelsoet D, Munnich A, Lupski JR, Philippe C, Thauvin-Robinet C, Faivre L, Sadikovic B, Govin J, Dermaut B, Vitobello A. SRSF1 haploinsufficiency is responsible for a syndromic developmental disorder associated with intellectual disability. Am J Hum Genet. 2023 05 04; 110(5):790-808.

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