Syndromic craniosynostosis can define new candidate genes for suture development or result from the non-specifc effects of pleiotropic genes: Rasopathies and chromatinopathies as examples

Marcella Zollino*, Serena Lattante, Daniela Orteschi, Silvia Frangella, Paolo Niccolo' Doronzio, Ilaria Contaldo, Eugenio Maria Mercuri, Giuseppe Marangi

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