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2004Mutations in the FTSJ1 gene coding for a novel S-adenosylmethionine-binding protein cause nonsyndromic X-linked mental retardationFreude, K.; Hoffmann, K.; Jensen, L.; Delatycki, M.; des Portes, V.; Moser, B.; Hamel, B.; van Bokhoven, H.; Moraine, C.; Fryns, J.; Chelly, J.; Gecz, J.; Lenzner, S.; Kalscheuer, V.; Ropers, H.
2007Mutations in ionotropic AMPA receptor 3 alter channel properties and are associated with moderate cognitive impairment in humansWu, Y.; Arai, A.; Rumbaugh, G.; Srivastava, A.; Turner, G.; Hayashi, T.; Suzuki, E.; Jiang, Y.; Zhang, L.; Rodriguez, J.; Boyle, J.; Tarpey, P.; Raymond, F.; Nevelsteen, J.; Froyen, G.; Stratton, M.; Futreal, P.; Gecz, J.; Stevenson, R.; Schwartz, C.; et al.
2005Mutations in the JARID1C gene, which is involved in transcriptional regulation and chromatin remodeling, cause X-linked mental retardationJensen, L.; Amende, M.; Gurok, U.; Moser, B.; Gimmel, V.; Tzschach, A.; Janecke, A.; Tariverdian, G.; Chelly, J.; Fryns, J.; Van Esch, H.; Kleefstra, T.; Hamel, B.; Moraine, C.; Gecz, J.; Turner, G.; Reinhardt, R.; Kalscheuer, V.; Ropers, H.; Lenzer, S.
2007Loss of SLC38A5 and FTSJ1 at Xp11.23 in three brothers with non-syndromic mental retardation due to a microdeletion in an unstable genomic regionFroyen, G.; Bauters, M.; Boyle, J.; Van Esch, H.; van Bokhoven, H.; Ropers, H.; Moraine, C.; Chelly, J.; Fryns, J.; Marynen, P.; Gecz, J.; Turner, G.
2009The genetic landscape of intellectual disability arising from chromosome XGecz, J.; Shoubridge, C.; Corbett, M.
2004Mutations of CDKL5 cause a severe neurodevelopmental disorder with infantile spasms and mental retardationWeaving, L.; Christodoulou, J.; Williamson, S.; Friend, K.; McKenzie, O.; Archer, H.; Evans, J.; Clarke, A.; Pelka, G.; Tam, P.; Watson, C.; Lahooti, H.; Ellaway, C.; Bennetts, B.; Leonard, H.; Gecz, J.
2006ZNF674: A new Kruppel-associated box-containing zinc-finger gene involved in nonsyndromic X-linked mental retardationLugtenberg, D.; Yntema, H.; Banning, M.; Oudakker, A.; Firth, H.; Willatt, L.; Raynaud, M.; Kleefstra, T.; Fryns, J.; Ropers, H.; Chelly, J.; Moraine, C.; Gecz, J.; van Reeuwijk, J.; Nabuurs, S.; de Vries, B.; Hamel, B.; de Brouwer, A.; van Bokhoven, H.
2002ARX, a novel Prd-class-homeobox gene highly expressed in the telencephalon, is mutated in X-linked mental retardationBienvenu, T.; Poirier, K.; Friocourt, G.; Bahi, N.; Beaumont, D.; Fauchereau, F.; Jeema, L.; Zemni, R.; Vinet, M.; Francis, F.; Couvert, P.; Gomot, M.; Moraine, C.; van Bokhoven, H.; Kalscheuer, V.; Frints, S.; Gecz, J.; Ohzaki, K.; Chaabouni, H.; Fryns, J.; et al.
2005Duplication of the MECP2 region is a frequent cause of severe mental retardation and progressive neurological symptoms in malesVan Esch, H.; Bauters, M.; Ignatius, J.; Jansen, M.; Raynaud, M.; Hollanders, K.; Lutenberg, D.; Bienvenu, T.; Jensen, L.; Gecz, J.; Moraine, C.; Marynen, P.; Fryns, J.; Froyen, G.
2005XLMR in MRX families 29, 32, 33 and 38 results from the dup24 mutation in the ARX (Aristaless related homeobox) geneStepp, M.; Cason, A.; Finnis, M.; Mangelsdorf, M.; Holinski-Feder, E.; Macgregor, D.; MacMillan, A.; Holden, J.; Gecz, J.; Stevenson, R.; Schwartz, C.