Fig. S1. Peptide sequence alignment of a portion of the GABRA1 and GABRG2 proteins from different species. The sequences are orthologous to the human residues 201–250 and 70–119 respectively. The orange boxes show evolutionary conservation of the aspartate 219 residue and the proline 83 residue across species. Highly conserved residues near to the mutated amino acids are indicated by an asterisk.

Table S1. Clinical manifestations of the 16 affected individuals carrying novel GABAA receptor mutations.

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