Tetralogy of Fallot, microcephaly, short stature and brachymesophalangy is associated with hemizygous loss of noncoding MIR17HG and coding GPC5.

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@article{Low2015TetralogyOF, title={Tetralogy of Fallot, microcephaly, short stature and brachymesophalangy is associated with hemizygous loss of noncoding MIR17HG and coding GPC5.}, author={Karen J Low and Chris C Buxton and Ruth A. Newbury-Ecob}, journal={Clinical dysmorphology}, year={2015}, volume={24 3}, pages={113-4} }