Samuel S Bailey

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PURPOSE Genetic testing has shifted from academic laboratories with expertise in specific genes to commercial laboratories that offer tests of a diverse array of genes. The purpose of this comparative study was to determine whether one academic laboratory's model of variant interpretation is similar to that of several commercial laboratories. METHODS The(More)
Approximately 10%-20% of germline pathogenic variants alter mRNA splicing, with phenotypes often dependent on the stability of the mRNA produced by the mutant allele. To better understand the relationships between genotype, mRNA splicing, and phenotype, we examined clinical and molecular data from 243 probands with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) representing(More)
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