Loss of the neural-specific BAF subunit ACTL6B relieves repression of early response genes and causes recessive autism

Wendy Wenderski, Lu Wang, Andrey Krokhotin, Jessica J. Walsh, Hongjie Li, Hirotaka Shoji, Shereen Ghosh, Renee D. George, Erik L. Miller, Laura Elias, Mark A. Gillespie, Esther Y. Son, Brett T. Staahl, Seung Tae Baek, Valentina Stanley, Cynthia Moncada, Zohar Shipony, Sara B. Linker, Maria C.N. Marchetto, Fred H. GageDillon Chen, Tipu Sultan, Maha S. Zaki, Jeffrey A. Ranish, Tsuyoshi Miyakawa, Liqun Luo, Robert C. Malenka, Gerald R. Crabtree, Joseph G. Gleeson

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