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RHOA signaling defects result in impaired axon guidance in iPSC-derived neurons from patients with tuberous sclerosis complex.
Catlett, TS; Onesto, MM; McCann, AJ; Rempel, SK; Glass, J; Franz, DN; Gómez, TM.
Genetic Testing in Patients with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Experience of 511 Patients at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Du, X; Glass, JE; Balow, S; Dyer, LM; Rathbun, PA; Guan, Q; Liu, J; Wu, Y; Dawson, DB; Walters-Sen, L; et al.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Trisomy 9 mosaic syndrome: Sixteen additional patients with new and/or less commonly reported features, literature review, and suggested clinical guidelines.
Li, M; Glass, J; Du, X; Dubbs, H; Harr, MH; Falk, M; Smolarek, T; Hopkin, RJ; Zackai, E; Sheppard, SE.
American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part A.
Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Association with Underlying Genotype in Patients with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.
Tian, X; Glass, JE; Kwiatkowski, DJ; Towbin, AJ; Li, Y; Sund, KL; Krueger, DA; Franz, DN; McCormack, FX; Gupta, N.
Annals of the American Thoracic Society.
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