Cobblestone lissencephaly: neuropathological subtypes and correlations with genes of dystroglycanopathies
Brain, 03/02/2012Devisme L et al.
Despite intensive research, one–third of the cases remained unexplained; suggesting that other genes and/or pathways may be involved. This material offers a rich resource for studies on the affected neurodevelopmental processes of cobblestone lissencephaly and on the identification of other responsible gene(s)/pathway(s).
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