Opposite modulation of RAC1 by mutations in TRIO is associated with distinct, domain specific neurodevelopmental disorders

Sónia Barbosa, Stephanie Greville-Heygate, Maxime Bonnet, Annie Louise Godwin, Christine Fagotto-Kaufmann, Andrey V. Kajava, Damien Laouteouet, Rebecca Mawby, Htoo Aung Wai, Alexander Dingemans, Bert De Vries, Marjorlaine Willems, Yline Capri, Sarju G. Mehta, Helen Cox, David Goudie, Fleur Vansenne, Peter Turnpenny, Marie Vincent, Gaëtan LescaJozef Hertecant, Diana Rodriguez, Gérard Marion, Audrey Putoux, Keri Ramsey, Vincent Cantagrel, Siddharth Banka, Ajoy Sarkar, Marcie Steeves, Michael Parker, Emma Clement, Sébastien Moutton, Frédéric Tran-Mau-Them, Amélie Piton, Matt Guille, Anne Debant, Susanne Schmidt, Diana Baralle

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