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10.1002/ajmg.1320480410.abs Genetic linkage between manic depression and DNA markers on the short arm of chromosome 11 was first reported in 1987 but not supported by further analyses. However, genetic markers at the tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) gene located within this region have been reported to...
10.1002/ajmg.1320480413.abs A summary of the proceedings of the third world congress on psychiatric genetics is presented. The meeting was held in New Orleans on October 2–5, 1993 and brought together researchers from around the world. The International Society of Psychiatric Genetics sponsored...
10.1002/ajmg.1320480405.abs In an effort to identify features indicative of underlying bipolarity within the unipolar relatives of bipolar probands, we compared unipolar relatives of bipolars with unipolar relatives of unipolars. Using data from the Collaborative Study of the Psychobiology of...
10.1002/ajmg.1320480403.abs Stuttering is a broad behavioral phenotype with an adult prevalence of 0.7–1.0%. Family, twin, and segregation studies all indicate that stuttering has a large genetic component to its etiology. The relatively simple phenotype, the early onset, and the apparent...
10.1002/ajmg.1320480404.abs A genetic hypothesis for a disease presupposes the existence of variation in the DNA sequences of affected individuals. A series of techniques known together as “mutational analysis” can be applied towards identifying new sequence variations in selected genes....
10.1002/ajmg.1320480409.abs The discovery of a functional polymrphism within the dopamine D4 receptor gene (DRD4) has not only strengthened the hypotheses implicating DRD4 in the etiology of neuropyschiatic disorders, but also provided a genetic marker for testing these hypotheses. The...
10.1002/ajmg.1320480411.abs Two sporadic cases of tuberous sclerosis presented with flexion spasms in a male and early intractable seizures evolving into a Lennox–Gastaut syndrome in a female. Early hypotonia and lack of substantial motor development are key features of the Rett syndrome, more...
10.1002/ajmg.1320480408.abs Using a case‐control design, a reported association of schizophrenia with homozygosity at the dopamine D3 receptor gene locus was investigated in a group of patients (n = 53), with schizophrenia (DSM‐III‐R), and psychiatrically normal controls (n = 61), matched...
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