Gross rearrangements of the MECP2 gene are found in both classical and atypical Rett syndrome patients

H.L. Archer, S.D. Whatley, J.C. Evans, David Ravine, P. Huppke, A. Kerr, D. Bunyan, B. Kerr, E. Sweeney, S.J. Davies, W. Reardon, J. Horn, K.D. Macdermot, R.A. Smith, A. Magee, A. Donaldson, Y. Crow, G. Hermon, Z. Miedzybrodzka, D.N. CooperL. Lazarou, R. Butler, J. Sampson, D.T. Pilz, F. Laccone, A.J. Clarke

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