Cell-type-specific profiling of human cellular models of fragile X syndrome reveal PI3K-dependent defects in translation and neurogenesis

Nisha Raj, Zachary T. McEachin, William Harousseau, Ying Zhou, Feiran Zhang, Megan E. Merritt-Garza, J. Matthew Taliaferro, Magdalena Kalinowska, Samuele G. Marro, Chadwick M. Hales, Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, Marisol W. Wolf-Ochoa, Veronica Martinez-Cerdeño, Marius Wernig, Lu Chen, Eric Klann, Stephen T. Warren, Peng Jin, Zhexing Wen, Gary J. Bassell

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