Non-random distribution of deleterious mutations in the DNA and protein-binding domains of IRF6 are associated with Van Der Woude syndrome

Azeez A. Alade, Carmen J. Buxo-Martinez, Peter A. Mossey, Lord J. J. Gowans, Mekonen A. Eshete, Wasiu L. Adeyemo, Thirona Naicker, Waheed A. Awotoye, Chinyere Adeleke, Tamara Busch, Ada M. Toraño, Carolina A. Bello, Mairim Soto, Marilyn Soto, Ricardo Ledesma, Myrellis Marquez, Jose F. Cordero, Lydia M. Lopez-Del Valle, Maria I. Salcedo, Natalio DebsMary Li, Aline Petrin, Joy Olotu, Colleen Aldous, James Olutayo, Modupe O. Ogunlewe, Fekir Abate, Taye Hailu, Ibrahim Muhammed, Paul Gravem, Milliard Deribew, Mulualem Gesses, Mohaned Hassan, John Pape, Oluwole A. Adeniyan, Solomon Obiri-Yeboah, Fareed K. N. Arthur, Alexander A. Oti, Olubukola Olatosi, Sara E. Miller, Peter Donkor, Martine M. Dunnwald, Mary L. Marazita, Adebowale A. Adeyemo, Jeffrey C. Murray, Azeez Butali

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