Autosomal-dominant multiple pterygium syndrome is caused by mutations in MYH3

Jessica X. Chong, Lindsay C. Burrage, Anita E. Beck, Colby T. Marvin, Margaret J. McMillin, Kathryn M. Shively, Tanya M. Harrell, Kati J. Buckingham, Carlos A. Bacino, Mahim Jain, Yasemin Alanay, Susan A. Berry, John C. Carey, Richard A. Gibbs, Brendan H. Lee, Deborah Krakow, Jay Shendure, Deborah A. Nickerson, Gonçalo R. Abecasis, Peter AndersonElizabeth Marchani Blue, Marcus Annable, Brian L. Browning, Christina Chen, Jennifer Chin, Gregory M. Cooper, Colleen P. Davis, Christopher Frazar, Zongxiao He, Preti Jain, Gail P. Jarvik, Guillaume Jimenez, Eric Johanson, Goo Jun, Martin Kircher, Tom Kolar, Stephanie A. Krauter, Niklas Krumm, Suzanne M. Leal, Daniel Luksic, Sean McGee, Patrick O'Reilly, Bryan Paeper, Karynne Patterson, Marcos Perez, Sam W. Phillips, Jessica Pijoan, Christa Poel, Frederic Reinier, Peggy D. Robertson, Regie Santos-Cortez, Tristan Shaffer, Cindy Shephard, Deborah L. Siegel, Joshua D. Smith, Jeffrey C. Staples, Holly K. Tabor, Monica Tackett, Jason G. Underwood, Marc Wegener, Gao Wang, Marsha M. Wheeler, Qian Yi, Michael J. Bamshad

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