People with a disruption in the ASXL3 gene typically have severe intellectual disability, impaired speech and features of autism. They may also have low muscle tone, significant feeding difficulties and distinctive facial features, such as a prominent forehead and arched eyebrows. The condition is also known as Bainbridge-Ropers syndrome.Read More
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