Variants in ACTG2 underlie a substantial number of Australasian patients with primary chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction

G. Ravenscroft, S. Pannell, G. O'Grady, R. Ong, H. C. Ee, F. Faiz, L. Marns, H. Goel, P. Kumarasinghe, E. Sollis, P. Sivadorai, M. Wilson, A. Magoffin, S. Nightingale, M. L. Freckmann, E. P. Kirk, R. Sachdev, D. A. Lemberg, M. B. Delatycki, M. A. KammC. Basnayake, P. J. Lamont, D. J. Amor, K. Jones, J. Schilperoort, M. R. Davis, N. G. Laing

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