A novel dominant mutation in SAG, the arrestin-1 gene, is a common cause of retinitis pigmentosa in hispanic families in the Southwestern United States

Lori S. Sullivan, Sara J. Bowne, Daniel C. Koboldt, Elizabeth L. Cadena, John R. Heckenlively, Kari E. Branham, Dianna H. Wheaton, Kaylie D. Jones, Richard S. Ruiz, Mark E. Pennesi, Paul Yang, David Davis-Boozer, Hope Northrup, Vsevold V. Gurevich, Rui Chen, Mingchu Xu, Yumei Li, David G. Birch, Stephen P. Daiger

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