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Publication:

A genomewide screen for autism: Strong evidence for linkage to chromosomes 2q, 7q, and 16p (2001)

Author(s): Le Couteur A; Kelly TP; Berney T; McConachie HR; Parr J; Palferman S; Matthews N; Turner M; Moore J; Hervas A; Aubin A; Wallace S; Michelotti J; Wainhouse C; Paul A; Thompson E; Gupta R; Garner C; Murin M; Freitag C; Ryder N; Cottington E; Pickles A; Rutter M; Bailey A; Barnby G; Lamb JA; Marlow A; Scudder P; Monaco AP; Baird G; Cox A; Docherty Z; Warburton P; Green EP; Abbs SJ; De Vries PJ; Bolton PF; Green J; Gilchrist A; Whittacker J; Bolton B; Packer R; Maestrini E; Blasi F; Van Engeland H; De Jonge MV; Kemner C; Klauck SM; Beyer KS; Epp S; Poustka A; Benner A; Goethe JW; Poustka F; Ruhl D; Schmotzer G; Boolte S; Feineis-Matthews S; Fombonne E; Rogee B; Fremolle-Kruck J; Pienkowski C; Tauber MT; Pedersen L; Nielsen KB; Eriksen G; Haracopos D; Cotterill RMJ; Tsiantis J; Papanikolaou K; Lord C; Corsello C; Guter S; Leventhal B; Cook E; Smalley SL; Bailey J; McGough J; Levitt J; Pauls D; Volkmar F; Weeks DE; Int Mol Genetic Study Autism Cons

      • Date: 02-11-2007
      • Journal: American Journal of Human Genetics
      • Volume: 69
      • Issue: 3
      • Pages: 570-581
      • Publisher: Cell Press
      • Publication type: Article
      • Bibliographic status: Published

      Keywords: DIAGNOSTIC OBSERVATION SCHEDULE TRANSMISSION-RATIO DISTORTION SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER 5-HTT SIB-PAIR LINKAGE TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS MULTIPLEX FAMILIES INFANTILE-AUTISM COMPLEX TRAITS X-CHROMOSOME DISORDER

      Staff

      Dr Thomas Kelly
      Associate Clinical Lecturer

      Professor Ann Le Couteur
      Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

      Professor Helen McConachie
      Strategic Research Advisor

      Dr Jeremy Parr
      Clinical Senior Lecturer/Hon Consultant