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JAMA pediatrics, ISSN 2168-6203, 10/2017, Volume 171, Issue 12, pp. e173438 - e173438
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by Lord, Jenny and McMullan, Dominic J and Eberhardt, Ruth Y and Rinck, Gabriele and Hamilton, Susan J and Quinlan-Jones, Elizabeth and Prigmore, Elena and Keelagher, Rebecca and Best, Sunayna K and Carey, Georgina K and Mellis, Rhiannon and Robart, Sarah and Berry, Ian R and Chandler, Kate E and Cilliers, Deirdre and Cresswell, Lara and Edwards, Sandra L and Gardiner, Carol and Henderson, Alex and Holden, Simon T and Homfray, Tessa and Lester, Tracy and Lewis, Rebecca A and Newbury-Ecob, Ruth and Prescott, Katrina and Quarrell, Oliver W and Ramsden, Simon C and Roberts, Eileen and Tapon, Dagmar and Tooley, Madeleine J and Vasudevan, Pradeep C and Weber, Astrid P and Wellesley, Diana G and Westwood, Paul and White, Helen and Parker, Michael and Williams, Denise and Jenkins, Lucy and Scott, Richard H and Kilby, Mark D and Chitty, Lyn S and Hurles, Matthew E and Maher, Eamonn R and Bateman, Mark and Berry, Ian R and Best, Sunayna K and Campbell, Carolyn and Campbell, Jenni and Carey, Georgina and Chandler, Kate E and Chitty, Lyn S and Cilliers, Deirdre and Cohen, Kelly and Collingwood, Emma and Constantinou, Panayiotis and Cresswell, Lara and Delmege, Catherine and Eberhardt, Ruth Y and Edwards, Sandra L and Ellis, Richard and Evans, Jerry and Everett, Thomas and Pinto, Clare F and Forrester, Natalie and Fowler, Emma and Gardiner, Carol and Hamilton, Susan and Healey, Karen and Henderson, Alex and Holden, Simon T and Homfray, Tessa and Hudson, Rebecca and Hurles, Matthew E and Jenkins, Lucy and Keelagher, Rebecca and Kilby, Mark D and Lester, Tracey and Lewis, Rebecca and Lord, Jenny and Maher, Eamonn R and Marton, Tamas and McMullan, Dominic J and Mehta, Sarju and Mellis, Rhiannon and Newbury-Ecob, Ruth and Park, Soo-Mi and Parker, Michael and Prescott, Katrina and Prigmore, Elena and Quarrell, Oliver W and Quinlan-Jones, Elizabeth and Ramsden, Simon C and Rinck, Gabriele and Robart, Sarah and Roberts, Eileen and Rowland, Jayne and Scott, Richard H and Steer, James and Tapon, Dagmar and Taylor, Emma J and ... and Prenatal Assessment of Genomes and Exomes Consortium and Prenatal Assessment Genomes Exomes
The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 02/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10173, pp. 747 - 757
Medicine, General & Internal | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | General & Internal Medicine | Science & Technology | Fetus - abnormalities | Congenital Abnormalities - epidemiology | Fetus - diagnostic imaging | Prospective Studies | Humans | Parents | Perinatal Death - etiology | Male | DNA Copy Number Variations - genetics | Whole Exome Sequencing - methods | Abnormal Karyotype - embryology | Congenital Abnormalities - diagnosis | Pregnancy | Abortion, Spontaneous - epidemiology | Congenital Abnormalities - genetics | Nuchal Translucency Measurement | Stillbirth - epidemiology | Abnormal Karyotype - statistics & numerical data | Female | Live Birth - epidemiology | Fetal Development - genetics | Abortion, Eugenic - statistics & numerical data | Infant, Newborn | Whole Exome Sequencing - statistics & numerical data | Ultrasound imaging | Pregnant women | Heart | Intellectual disabilities | Copy number | Genes | Disorders | Prenatal development | Aneuploidy | Genomes | Gestation | Microcephaly | Genetic screening | Gene sequencing | Disability | Proteins | Parents & parenting | Ultrasonic imaging | Next-generation sequencing | Scoliosis | Heart diseases | Ultrasound | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Phenotypes | Congenital diseases | Research & development--R&D | Fetuses | Abnormalities | Birth defects | Heredity | Hearing impairment | Coronary artery disease | Genetic variance | DNA microarrays | Gene frequency | Diagnostic systems | Cardiovascular diseases | Anomalies | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
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by Satterstrom, F. Kyle and Kosmicki, Jack A and Wang, Jiebiao and Breen, Michael S and De Rubeis, Silvia and An, Joon-Yong and Peng, Minshi and Collins, Ryan and Grove, Jakob and Klei, Lambertus and Stevens, Christine and Reichert, Jennifer and Mulhern, Maureen S and Artomov, Mykyta and Gerges, Sherif and Sheppard, Brooke and Xu, Xinyi and Bhaduri, Aparna and Norman, Utku and Brand, Harrison and Schwartz, Grace and Nguyen, Rachel and Guerrero, Elizabeth E and Dias, Caroline and Aleksic, Branko and Anney, Richard and Barbosa, Mafalda and Bishop, Somer and Brusco, Alfredo and Bybjerg-Grauholm, Jonas and Carracedo, Angel and Chan, Marcus C.Y and Chiocchetti, Andreas G and Chung, Brian H.Y and Coon, Hilary and Cuccaro, Michael L and Curró, Aurora and Dalla Bernardina, Bernardo and Doan, Ryan and Domenici, Enrico and Dong, Shan and Fallerini, Chiara and Fernández-Prieto, Montserrat and Ferrero, Giovanni Battista and Freitag, Christine M and Fromer, Menachem and Gargus, J. Jay and Geschwind, Daniel and Giorgio, Elisa and González-Peñas, Javier and Guter, Stephen and Halpern, Danielle and Hansen-Kiss, Emily and He, Xin and Herman, Gail E and Hertz-Picciotto, Irva and Hougaard, David M and Hultman, Christina M and Ionita-Laza, Iuliana and Jacob, Suma and Jamison, Jesslyn and Jugessur, Astanand and Kaartinen, Miia and Knudsen, Gun Peggy and Kolevzon, Alexander and Kushima, Itaru and Lee, So Lun and Lehtimäki, Terho and Lim, Elaine T and Lintas, Carla and Lipkin, W. Ian and Lopergolo, Diego and Lopes, Fátima and Ludena, Yunin and Maciel, Patricia and Magnus, Per and Mahjani, Behrang and Maltman, Nell and Manoach, Dara S and Meiri, Gal and Menashe, Idan and Miller, Judith and Minshew, Nancy and Montenegro, Eduarda M.S and Moreira, Danielle and Morrow, Eric M and Mors, Ole and Mortensen, Preben Bo and Mosconi, Matthew and Muglia, Pierandrea and Neale, Benjamin M and Nordentoft, Merete and Ozaki, Norio and Palotie, Aarno and Parellada, Mara and Passos-Bueno, Maria Rita and Pericak-Vance, Margaret and Persico, Antonio M and Pessah, Isaac and Puura, Kaija and ... and Autism Sequencing Consortium and iPSYCH-Broad Consortium
Cell (Cambridge), ISSN 0092-8674, 02/2020, Volume 180, Issue 3, pp. 568 - 584.e23
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