Guang Yang, Ethan Parker, Bushra Gorsi, Mark Liebowitz, Colin Maguire, Jace B. King, Hilary Coon, Melissa Lopez-Larson, Jeffrey Anderson, Mark Yandell, Alex Shcheglovitov “Neurite outgrowth deficits caused by rare PLXNB1 mutation in pediatric bipolar disorder” 2022, MedRxiv


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