Exome sequencing of Pakistani consanguineous families identifies 30 novel candidate genes for recessive intellectual disability

S. Riazuddin, M. Hussain, A. Razzaq, Z. Iqbal, M. Shahzad, D. L. Polla, Y. Song, E. van Beusekom, A. A. Khan, L. Tomas-Roca, M. Rashid, M. Y. Zahoor, W. M. Wissink-Lindhout, M. A. R. Basra, M. Ansar, Z. Agha, K. van Heeswijk, F. Rasheed, M. Van de Vorst, J. A. VeltmanC. Gilissen, J. Akram, T. Kleefstra, M. Z. Assir, D. Grozeva, K. Carss, F. L. Raymond, T. D. O'Connor, S. A. Riazuddin, S. N. Khan, Z. M. Ahmed, A. P. M. de Brouwer, H. van Bokhoven*, S. Riazuddin*, UK10K

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