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Funding: The work was funded by PRD 08-II-1, University Hospitals of Geneva.
Conflict of Interest: Nothing to report.
Authorship: PM and SB performed the exome analysis; CB, EH, and FP phenotyped the patients; FP wrote the manuscript.