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New Genetic Disorder Discovered That Affects Brain and Craniofacial Skeleton

News   Jan 21, 2021 | Original story from the National Institutes of Health

 
New Genetic Disorder Discovered That Affects Brain and Craniofacial Skeleton

Compared to a disease-free mother (left), differentiated LINKED patient cells (right) lack markers of normal development of the brain, spinal cord and craniofacial skeleton (pink, green, yellow). Credit: Werner lab, NIDCR.

 
 
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