Mutations in the histone methyltransferase gene KMT2B cause complex early-onset dystonia

Esther Meyer, Keren J. Carss, Julia Rankin, John M.E. Nichols, Detelina Grozeva, Agnel P. Joseph, Niccolo E. Mencacci, Apostolos Papandreou, Joanne Ng, Serena Barral, Adeline Ngoh, Hilla Ben-Pazi, Michel A. Willemsen, David Arkadir, Angela Barnicoat, Hagai Bergman, Sanjay Bhate, Amber Boys, Niklas Darin, Nicola FouldsNicholas Gutowski, Alison Hills, Henry Houlden, Jane A. Hurst, Zvi Israel, Margaret Kaminska, Patricia Limousin, Daniel Lumsden, Shane McKee, Shibalik Misra, Shekeeb S. Mohammed, Vasiliki Nakou, Joost Nicolai, Magnus Nilsson, Hardev Pall, Kathryn J. Peall, Gregory B. Peters, Prab Prabhakar, Miriam S. Reuter, Patrick Rump, Reeval Segel, Margje Sinnema, Martin Smith, Peter Turnpenny, Susan M. White, Dagmar Wieczorek, Sarah Wiethoff, Brian T. Wilson, Gidon Winter, Christopher Wragg, Simon Pope, Simon J.H. Heales, Deborah Morrogh, Alan Pittman, Lucinda J. Carr, Belen Perez-Duenãs, Jean Pierre Lin, Andre Reis, William A. Gahl, Camilo Toro, Kailash P. Bhatia, Nicholas W. Wood, Erik Jan Kamsteeg, Wui K. Chong, Paul Gissen, Maya Topf, Russell C. Dale, Jonathan R. Chubb, F. Lucy Raymond, Manju A. Kurian*

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