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The International Hirschsprung's Disease Consortium: differential liabiilties of coding and non-coding mutations in complex disease
Proceedings/Conference:
53rd Annual International Congress of the British Association of Paediatric Suregons, Stockholm, Sweden, 18-21 July 2006
Tam, PKH; Garcia-Barcelo, MM; Tullio-Pelet, A; Lyonnet, S; Lantieri, F; Kashuk, C; Hofstra, R; Griseri, P; Fernandez, R; Eng, C; Emison, E; Burzynski, G; Ceccherini, I; Borrego, S; Antinolo, G; Amiel, J; West, K; Chakravarti, A2006170
 
Higher prevalence of Hirschsprung disease in China explained by a common RET mutation
Proceedings/Conference:
56th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, New Orleans, U.S.A., 9-13 October 2006
Garcia-Barcelo, MM; Amiel, J; Antinolo, G; Borrego, S; Burzynski, G; Ceccherini, I; Emison, E; Eng, C; Fernandez, R; Griseri, P; Hofstra, R; Kashuk, C; Lantien, F; Lyonnet, S; Miao, X; Tam, PKH; Tullio-Pelet, A; West, K; Chakravarti, A2006133
 
Differential liabilities of coding and non-coding mutations in complex disease
Proceedings/Conference:
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics. Salt Lake City, USA, October 25-29 2005.
Burzynski, G.; Amiel, J.; Antinolo, G; Borrego,, S.; Ceccherini, I; Emison, E; Eng, C; Fernandez, R; Garcia-Barcelo, MM; Griseri, P.; Hofstra, R; Kashuk, C; Lantieri, F; Lyonnet, S; Tam, PKH; Tullio-Pelet, A; West, K; Chakravarti, A2005111
 
Differential liabilities of rare coding and common non-coding RET mutations explain the multifactorial genetics of Hirschsprung disease.
Proceedings/Conference:
Gordon Research Conference on Human Genetics and Genomics Salve Regina University Newport, RI, USA, July 24-29, 2005
Emison, E; Burzynski, G; Amiel, J; Borrego, S; Ceccherini,, I; Fernandez, R; Garcia-Barcelo, MM; Griseri, P; Hofstra, R; Kashuk, CS; Lantieri, F; Lyonnet, S; Tam, PKH; Pecina, A; Tullio-Pelet,, A; West, K; Chakravarti, A2005138
 
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