Distinct genetic architectures for syndromic and nonsyndromic congenital heart defects identified by exome sequencingCitation formats

  • Authors:
  • Alejandro Sifrim
  • Marc-Phillip Hitz
  • Anna Wilsdon
  • Jeroen Breckpot
  • Saeed H Al Turki
  • Bernard Thienpont
  • Jeremy McRae
  • Tomas W Fitzgerald
  • Tarjinder Singh
  • Ganesh Jawahar Swaminathan
  • Elena Prigmore
  • Diana Rajan
  • Hashim Abdul-Khaliq
  • Siddharth Banka
  • Ulrike M M Bauer
  • Jamie Bentham
  • Felix Berger
  • Shoumo Bhattacharya
  • Frances Bu'Lock
  • Natalie Canham
  • Irina-Gabriela Colgiu
  • Catherine Cosgrove
  • Helen Cox
  • Ingo Daehnert
  • Allan Daly
  • John Danesh
  • Alan Fryer
  • Marc Gewillig
  • Emma Hobson
  • Kirstin Hoff
  • Tessa Homfray
  • Anne-Karin Kahlert
  • Ami Ketley
  • Hans-Heiner Kramer
  • Katherine Lachlan
  • Anne Katrin Lampe
  • Jacoba J Louw
  • Ashok Kumar Manickara
  • Dorin Manase
  • Karen P McCarthy
  • Kay Metcalfe
  • Carmel Moore
  • Ruth Newbury-Ecob
  • Seham Osman Omer
  • Willem H Ouwehand
  • Soo-Mi Park
  • Michael J Parker
  • Thomas Pickardt
  • Martin O Pollard
  • Bernard Keavney
  • INTERVAL Study

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Distinct genetic architectures for syndromic and nonsyndromic congenital heart defects identified by exome sequencing. / Sifrim, Alejandro; Hitz, Marc-Phillip; Wilsdon, Anna; Breckpot, Jeroen; Turki, Saeed H Al; Thienpont, Bernard; McRae, Jeremy; Fitzgerald, Tomas W; Singh, Tarjinder; Swaminathan, Ganesh Jawahar; Prigmore, Elena; Rajan, Diana; Abdul-Khaliq, Hashim; Banka, Siddharth; Bauer, Ulrike M M; Bentham, Jamie; Berger, Felix; Bhattacharya, Shoumo; Bu'Lock, Frances; Canham, Natalie; Colgiu, Irina-Gabriela; Cosgrove, Catherine; Cox, Helen; Daehnert, Ingo; Daly, Allan; Danesh, John; Fryer, Alan; Gewillig, Marc; Hobson, Emma; Hoff, Kirstin; Homfray, Tessa; Kahlert, Anne-Karin; Ketley, Ami; Kramer, Hans-Heiner; Lachlan, Katherine; Lampe, Anne Katrin; Louw, Jacoba J; Manickara, Ashok Kumar; Manase, Dorin; McCarthy, Karen P; Metcalfe, Kay; Moore, Carmel; Newbury-Ecob, Ruth; Omer, Seham Osman; Ouwehand, Willem H; Park, Soo-Mi; Parker, Michael J; Pickardt, Thomas; Pollard, Martin O; Keavney, Bernard; INTERVAL Study.

In: Nature Genetics, Vol. 48, No. 9, 09.2016, p. 1060-5.

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Harvard

Sifrim, A, Hitz, M-P, Wilsdon, A, Breckpot, J, Turki, SHA, Thienpont, B, McRae, J, Fitzgerald, TW, Singh, T, Swaminathan, GJ, Prigmore, E, Rajan, D, Abdul-Khaliq, H, Banka, S, Bauer, UMM, Bentham, J, Berger, F, Bhattacharya, S, Bu'Lock, F, Canham, N, Colgiu, I-G, Cosgrove, C, Cox, H, Daehnert, I, Daly, A, Danesh, J, Fryer, A, Gewillig, M, Hobson, E, Hoff, K, Homfray, T, Kahlert, A-K, Ketley, A, Kramer, H-H, Lachlan, K, Lampe, AK, Louw, JJ, Manickara, AK, Manase, D, McCarthy, KP, Metcalfe, K, Moore, C, Newbury-Ecob, R, Omer, SO, Ouwehand, WH, Park, S-M, Parker, MJ, Pickardt, T, Pollard, MO, Keavney, B & INTERVAL Study 2016, 'Distinct genetic architectures for syndromic and nonsyndromic congenital heart defects identified by exome sequencing', Nature Genetics, vol. 48, no. 9, pp. 1060-5. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3627

APA

Sifrim, A., Hitz, M-P., Wilsdon, A., Breckpot, J., Turki, S. H. A., Thienpont, B., McRae, J., Fitzgerald, T. W., Singh, T., Swaminathan, G. J., Prigmore, E., Rajan, D., Abdul-Khaliq, H., Banka, S., Bauer, U. M. M., Bentham, J., Berger, F., Bhattacharya, S., Bu'Lock, F., ... INTERVAL Study (2016). Distinct genetic architectures for syndromic and nonsyndromic congenital heart defects identified by exome sequencing. Nature Genetics, 48(9), 1060-5. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3627

Vancouver

Sifrim A, Hitz M-P, Wilsdon A, Breckpot J, Turki SHA, Thienpont B et al. Distinct genetic architectures for syndromic and nonsyndromic congenital heart defects identified by exome sequencing. Nature Genetics. 2016 Sep;48(9):1060-5. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3627

Author

Sifrim, Alejandro ; Hitz, Marc-Phillip ; Wilsdon, Anna ; Breckpot, Jeroen ; Turki, Saeed H Al ; Thienpont, Bernard ; McRae, Jeremy ; Fitzgerald, Tomas W ; Singh, Tarjinder ; Swaminathan, Ganesh Jawahar ; Prigmore, Elena ; Rajan, Diana ; Abdul-Khaliq, Hashim ; Banka, Siddharth ; Bauer, Ulrike M M ; Bentham, Jamie ; Berger, Felix ; Bhattacharya, Shoumo ; Bu'Lock, Frances ; Canham, Natalie ; Colgiu, Irina-Gabriela ; Cosgrove, Catherine ; Cox, Helen ; Daehnert, Ingo ; Daly, Allan ; Danesh, John ; Fryer, Alan ; Gewillig, Marc ; Hobson, Emma ; Hoff, Kirstin ; Homfray, Tessa ; Kahlert, Anne-Karin ; Ketley, Ami ; Kramer, Hans-Heiner ; Lachlan, Katherine ; Lampe, Anne Katrin ; Louw, Jacoba J ; Manickara, Ashok Kumar ; Manase, Dorin ; McCarthy, Karen P ; Metcalfe, Kay ; Moore, Carmel ; Newbury-Ecob, Ruth ; Omer, Seham Osman ; Ouwehand, Willem H ; Park, Soo-Mi ; Parker, Michael J ; Pickardt, Thomas ; Pollard, Martin O ; Keavney, Bernard ; INTERVAL Study. / Distinct genetic architectures for syndromic and nonsyndromic congenital heart defects identified by exome sequencing. In: Nature Genetics. 2016 ; Vol. 48, No. 9. pp. 1060-5.

Bibtex

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AU - Wilsdon, Anna

AU - Breckpot, Jeroen

AU - Turki, Saeed H Al

AU - Thienpont, Bernard

AU - McRae, Jeremy

AU - Fitzgerald, Tomas W

AU - Singh, Tarjinder

AU - Swaminathan, Ganesh Jawahar

AU - Prigmore, Elena

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AU - Berger, Felix

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AU - Cosgrove, Catherine

AU - Cox, Helen

AU - Daehnert, Ingo

AU - Daly, Allan

AU - Danesh, John

AU - Fryer, Alan

AU - Gewillig, Marc

AU - Hobson, Emma

AU - Hoff, Kirstin

AU - Homfray, Tessa

AU - Kahlert, Anne-Karin

AU - Ketley, Ami

AU - Kramer, Hans-Heiner

AU - Lachlan, Katherine

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AU - Omer, Seham Osman

AU - Ouwehand, Willem H

AU - Park, Soo-Mi

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