CLINICAL NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING REVEALS AN H3F3A GENE AS A NEW POTENTIAL GENE CANDIDATE FOR MICROCEPHALY ASSOCIATED WITH SEVERE DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY AND GROWTH RETARDATION
Maver A1, Čuturilo G2,3, Ruml Stojanović J3, Peterlin B1,*
*Corresponding Author: Professor Borut Peterlin, Clinical Institute of Genomic Medicine, University Medical Center Ljubljana, Šlajmerjeva 4, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. Tel: +38615401137. E-mail: borut.peterlin@kclj.si
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