Exome sequencing and subsequent haplotype analysis of a Scottish Cone-Rod patient, homozygous for a common “Spanish” CERKL mutation, points towards a distant common ancestry

A J Cassidy, S V Brugnatelli, C Ayuso, A Avila-Fernandez, D Zeller, Douglas H. Lester, The Tayside Centre For Genomic Analysis

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages1398
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    EventAmerican Society of Human Genetics conference 2016 - Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, Canada
    Duration: 18 Oct 201622 Oct 2016
    http://www.ashg.org/2016meeting/

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    ConferenceAmerican Society of Human Genetics conference 2016
    Abbreviated titleASHG 2016
    CountryCanada
    CityVancouver
    Period18/10/1622/10/16
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    Cassidy, A. J., Brugnatelli, S. V., Ayuso, C., Avila-Fernandez, A., Zeller, D., Lester, D. H., & The Tayside Centre For Genomic Analysis (2016). Exome sequencing and subsequent haplotype analysis of a Scottish Cone-Rod patient, homozygous for a common “Spanish” CERKL mutation, points towards a distant common ancestry. 1398. Poster session presented at American Society of Human Genetics conference 2016, Vancouver, Canada.
    Cassidy, A J ; Brugnatelli, S V ; Ayuso, C ; Avila-Fernandez, A ; Zeller, D ; Lester, Douglas H. ; The Tayside Centre For Genomic Analysis. / Exome sequencing and subsequent haplotype analysis of a Scottish Cone-Rod patient, homozygous for a common “Spanish” CERKL mutation, points towards a distant common ancestry. Poster session presented at American Society of Human Genetics conference 2016, Vancouver, Canada.1 p.
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    Cassidy, AJ, Brugnatelli, SV, Ayuso, C, Avila-Fernandez, A, Zeller, D, Lester, DH & The Tayside Centre For Genomic Analysis 2016, 'Exome sequencing and subsequent haplotype analysis of a Scottish Cone-Rod patient, homozygous for a common “Spanish” CERKL mutation, points towards a distant common ancestry' American Society of Human Genetics conference 2016, Vancouver, Canada, 18/10/16 - 22/10/16, pp. 1398.

    Exome sequencing and subsequent haplotype analysis of a Scottish Cone-Rod patient, homozygous for a common “Spanish” CERKL mutation, points towards a distant common ancestry. / Cassidy, A J ; Brugnatelli, S V; Ayuso, C; Avila-Fernandez, A; Zeller, D; Lester, Douglas H.; The Tayside Centre For Genomic Analysis.

    2016. 1398 Poster session presented at American Society of Human Genetics conference 2016, Vancouver, Canada.

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    Cassidy AJ, Brugnatelli SV, Ayuso C, Avila-Fernandez A, Zeller D, Lester DH et al. Exome sequencing and subsequent haplotype analysis of a Scottish Cone-Rod patient, homozygous for a common “Spanish” CERKL mutation, points towards a distant common ancestry. 2016. Poster session presented at American Society of Human Genetics conference 2016, Vancouver, Canada.