Atypical nested 22q11.2 duplications between LCR22B and LCR22D are associated with neurodevelopmental phenotypes including autism spectrum disorder with incomplete penetrance

Karen J. Woodward, Julie Stampalia, Hannah Vanyai, Hashika Rijhumal, Kim Potts, Fiona Taylor, Joanne Peverall, Tanya Grumball, Soruba Sivamoorthy, Hamid Alinejad-Rokny, John Wray, Andrew Whitehouse, Lakshmi Nagarajan, Jacqueline Scurlock, Sabine Afchani, Matthew Edwards, Ashleigh Murch, John Beilby, Gareth Baynam, Cathy Kiraly-BorriFiona McKenzie, Julian I. T. Heng

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