Nonlinear gene expression-phenotype relationships contribute to variation and clefting in the A/WySn mouse

Rebecca M. Green, Courtney L. Leach, Virginia M. Diewert, Jose David Aponte, Eric J. Schmidt, James M. Cheverud, Charles C. Roseman, Nathan M. Young, Ralph S. Marcucio, Benedikt Hallgrimsson

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