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Partha Sen, Yaping Yang, Colby Navarro, Iris Silva, Przemyslaw Szafranski, Katarzyna E. Kolodziejska, Avinash V. Dharmadhikari, Hasnaa Mostafa, Harry Kozakewich, Debra Kearney, John B. Cahill, Merrissa Whitt, Masha Bilic, Linda Margraf, Adrian Charles, Jack Goldblatt, Kathleen Gibson, Patrick E. Lantz, A. Julian Garvin, John Petty, Zeina Kiblawi, Craig Zuppan, Allyn McConkie-Rosell, Marie T. McDonald, Stacey L. Peterson-Carmichael, Jane T. Gaede, Binoy Shivanna, Deborah Schady, Philippe S. Friedlich, Stephen R. Hays, Irene Valenzuela Palafoll, Ulrike Siebers-Renelt, Axel Bohring, Laura S. Finn, Joseph R. Siebert, Csaba Galambos, Lananh Nguyen, Melissa Riley, Nicolas Chassaing, Adeline Vigouroux, Gustavo Rocha, Susana Fernandes, Jane Brumbaugh, Kari Roberts, Luk Ho-ming, Ivan F. M. Lo, Stephen Lam, Romana Gerychova, Marta Jezova, Iveta Valaskova, Florence Fellmann, Katayoun Afshar, Eric Giannoni, Vincent Muhlethaler, Jinlong Liang, Jacques S. Beckmann, Janet Lioy, Hitesh Deshmukh, Lakshmi Srinivasan, Daniel T. Swarr, Melissa Sloman, Charles Shaw-Smith, Rosa Laura van Loon, Cecilia Hagman, Yves Sznajer, Catherine Barrea, Christine Galant, Thierry Detaille, Jennifer A. Wambach, F. Sessions Cole, Aaron Hamvas, Lawrence S. Prince, Karin E.M. Diderich, Alice S. Brooks, Robert M. Verdijk, Hari Ravindranathan, Ella Sugo, David Mowat, Michael L. Baker, Claire Langston, Stephen Welty and Pawel Stankiewicz Novel FOXF1 Mutations in Sporadic and Familial Cases of Alveolar Capillary Dysplasia with Misaligned Pulmonary Veins Imply a Role for its DNA Binding Domain Human Mutation 34

Article first published online: 12 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/humu.22313

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FOXF1 mutations result in Alveolar Capillary Dysplasia with Misaligned Pulmonary Veins, a deadly neonatal lung disorder that is uniformly fatal. The data in the article is the outcome of a global collaboration presenting the up to date list of causative mutations in FOXF1. The maternally inherited familial cases support the paternal imprinting of the gene in human lungs.

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