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1946 3
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1950 1
1951 1
1952 1
1953 1
1954 1
1955 3
1956 4
1957 7
1958 7
1959 11
1960 21
1961 37
1962 36
1963 1
1964 4
1965 40
1966 88
1967 124
1968 143
1969 157
1970 174
1971 234
1972 216
1973 244
1974 286
1975 207
1976 227
1977 260
1978 248
1979 276
1980 253
1981 260
1982 307
1983 273
1984 303
1985 315
1986 310
1987 392
1988 345
1989 323
1990 393
1991 454
1992 509
1993 570
1994 595
1995 503
1996 634
1997 540
1998 560
1999 658
2000 621
2001 596
2002 567
2003 594
2004 577
2005 711
2006 745
2007 791
2008 800
2009 807
2010 903
2011 954
2012 1016
2013 1071
2014 1065
2015 1061
2016 1054
2017 1012
2018 944
2019 431
2020 7
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Current developments in the genetics of Rett and Rett-like syndrome.
Ehrhart F, et al. Curr Opin Psychiatry 2018 - Review. PMID 29206688
RECENT FINDINGS: As next generation sequencing becomes broadly available, especially whole exome sequencing is used in clinical diagnosis of the genetic causes of a wide spectrum of intellectual disability, autism, and encephalopathies. ...
RECENT FINDINGS: As next generation sequencing becomes broadly available, especially whole exome sequencing is used in clinical diagnosis of …
Genetics of intellectual disability.
Ropers HH. Curr Opin Genet Dev 2008 - Review. PMID 18694825
Early onset intellectual disability (ID) is one of the largest unsolved problems of health care. Yet, it has received very little public attention in the past because many health care professionals do not perceive it as a health condition but as a social or educational issue. ...
Early onset intellectual disability (ID) is one of the largest unsolved problems of health care. Yet, it has received very lit …
Gene networks associated with non-syndromic intellectual disability.
Lee S, et al. J Neurogenet 2018. PMID 29199528
Non-syndromic intellectual disability (NS-ID) is a genetically heterogeneous disorder, with more than 200 candidate genes to date. ...From this list, 33 genes are common to syndromic intellectual disability (S-ID) and 58 genes are common to certain neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders that often include intellectual disability as a clinical feature. ...
Non-syndromic intellectual disability (NS-ID) is a genetically heterogeneous disorder, with more than 200 candidate genes to d …
Neuroepigenetic mechanisms in disease
Christopher MA, et al. Epigenetics Chromatin 2017 - Review. PMID 29037228 Free PMC article.
Epigenetic factors in intellectual disability: the Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome as a paradigm of neurodevelopmental disorder with epigenetic origin.
Lopez-Atalaya JP, et al. Prog Mol Biol Transl Sci 2014 - Review. PMID 25410544
The number of genetic syndromes associated with intellectual disability that are caused by mutations in genes encoding chromatin-modifying enzymes has sharply risen in the last decade. ...We believe that the progress in the understanding of this rare disorder also has important implications for other intellectual disability disorders that share an epigenetic origin....
The number of genetic syndromes associated with intellectual disability that are caused by mutations in genes encoding chromat …
Animal models of intellectual disability: towards a translational approach.
Scorza CA and Cavalheiro EA. Clinics (Sao Paulo) 2011 - Review. PMID 21779723 Free PMC article.
Intellectual disability is a clinically important disorder for which the etiology and pathogenesis are still poorly understood. ...Intellectual disability results from many different genetic and environmental insults. Taken together, the present review will describe several animal models of potential intellectual disability risk factors....
Intellectual disability is a clinically important disorder for which the etiology and pathogenesis are still poorly understood
[MECP2 gene and MECP2-related diseases]
Peng J. Zhongguo Dang Dai Er Ke Za Zhi 2017 - Review. PMID 28506335 Chinese. Free article.
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Dierssen M and de la Torre R. Prog Brain Res 2012. PMID 22541297
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