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Microdeletion encompassing MAPT at chromosome 17q21.3 is associated with developmental delay and learning disability (2006)

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  • USP affiliated authors: KOIFFMANN, CELIA PRISZKULNIK - IB
  • USP Schools: IB
  • DOI: 10.1038/ng1858
  • Subjects: ANORMALIDADES CROMOSSÔMICAS; MALFORMAÇÕES; GENÉTICA MÉDICA; DELEÇÃO DE GENES
  • Language: Inglês
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    • Título do periódico: Nature Genetics
    • ISSN: 1061-4036
    • Volume/Número/Paginação/Ano: v. 38, n. 9, p. 1032-1037, sept. 2006
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      SHAW-SMITH, Charles; SILVA, Rohan de; CARTER, Nigel P.; et al. Microdeletion encompassing MAPT at chromosome 17q21.3 is associated with developmental delay and learning disability. Nature Genetics, New York, v. 38, n. 9, p. 1032-1037, 2006. DOI: 10.1038/ng1858.
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      Shaw-Smith, C., Silva, R. de, Carter, N. P., Pittman, A. M., Willatt, L., Martin, H., et al. (2006). Microdeletion encompassing MAPT at chromosome 17q21.3 is associated with developmental delay and learning disability. Nature Genetics, 38( 9), 1032-1037. doi:10.1038/ng1858
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      Shaw-Smith C, Silva R de, Carter NP, Pittman AM, Willatt L, Martin H, Rickman L, Gribble S, Curley R, Cumming S, Dunn C, Kalaitzopoulos D, Porter KR, Prigmore E, Krepischi-Santos ACV, Varela MC, Koiffmann CP, Lees AJ, Rosenberg C, Firth HV. Microdeletion encompassing MAPT at chromosome 17q21.3 is associated with developmental delay and learning disability. Nature Genetics. 2006 ; 38( 9): 1032-1037.
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      Shaw-Smith C, Silva R de, Carter NP, Pittman AM, Willatt L, Martin H, Rickman L, Gribble S, Curley R, Cumming S, Dunn C, Kalaitzopoulos D, Porter KR, Prigmore E, Krepischi-Santos ACV, Varela MC, Koiffmann CP, Lees AJ, Rosenberg C, Firth HV. Microdeletion encompassing MAPT at chromosome 17q21.3 is associated with developmental delay and learning disability. Nature Genetics. 2006 ; 38( 9): 1032-1037.

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