Incomplete silencing of full mutation alleles in males with fragile X syndrome is associated with autistic features
Emma K Baker, Marta Arpone, Solange M Aliaga, Lesley Bretherton, Claudine M Kraan, Bui Minh, Howard R Slater, Ling Ling, David Francis, Matthew F Hunter, Justine Elliott, Carolyn Rogers, Michael Field, Jonathan Cohen, Kim Cornish, Lorena Santa Maria, Victor Faundes, Bianca Curotto, Paulina Morales, Cesar Trigo Show all
Molecular Autism | BMC | Published : 2019
Awarded by NHMRC
Awarded by Next Generation Clinical Researchers Program - Career Development Fellowship - Medical Research Future Fund
Awarded by Financial Markets Foundation for Children (Australia)
Awarded by NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH
This study was supported by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program, with the salaries supported by NHMRC project grants (no. 104299 and no. 1103389 to D.E.G; and no. 1120561 to C.M.K.); Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Royal Children's Hospital Foundation (D.E.G.); Next Generation Clinical Researchers Program - Career Development Fellowship, funded by the Medical Research Future Fund (MRF1141334 to D.E.G.); and the Financial Markets Foundation for Children (Australia) (no. 2017-361 to D.E.G. C.M.K. and D.J.A.); the Genetics of Learning Disability (GOLD) Service (M.J.F.). M.A. was supported by the International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) and the Research Training Program Fee offset scholarship funded by the Australian Government and awarded by the University of Melbourne, and in part by the Diagnosis and Development group of the Murdoch Children's Research Institute. S.A.V. was funded by the CONICYT and Chile's National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research.