Clinical utility gene card: for incontinentia pigmenti

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Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the patients, and their families and physicians. We are also grateful to the Italian Incontinentia Pigmenti Association (www.incontinentiapigmenti. it), the French Incontinentia Pigmenti Association (http://incontinentiapigmenti.fr), and the Incontinentia Pigmenti International Foundation (www.ipif.org).

This work was supported by the Incontinentia Pigmenti International Foundation (IPIF, http://www.ipif.org), the Italian Incontinentia Pigmenti Association (IPASSI, http://www.incontinentiapigmenti.it), the French Incontinentia Pigmenti Association (FIP, http://incontinentia-pigmenti.fr), by CNR-DSB Progetto Bandiera “InterOmics” grant to Fusco and Ursini and by the InBioMed project grant (ARS01_01081_ PON/PNR 2015-20 MIUR to MB Lioi and to MV Ursini).

We would like to thank Ahmed EL-Sharkawy for revising the paper.

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Fusco, F., Pescatore, A., Steffann, J. et al. Clinical utility gene card: for incontinentia pigmenti. Eur J Hum Genet 27, 1894–1900 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41431-019-0463-9

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