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Common Genetic Variants in Autism

Friday, 3 May 2013: 14:00-18:00
Banquet Hall (Kursaal Centre)
37 A Genome Wide Association Study in Families with MORE THAN ONE CHILD with ASDs
P. Zavattari L. Boccone R. Fadda G. S. Doneddu
38 Genome-Wide Investigation of Social-Communication Traits and Their Heritability in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children - a Longitudinal Perspective
B. St. Pourcain W. Mandy J. Golding S. M. Ring W. L. McArdle N. J. Timpson J. P. Kemp D. M. Evans D. H. Skuse G. Davey Smith
39 Norepinephrine Transporter Gene (SLC6A2) Is Quantitatively Associated with Behavioral and Cognitive Functions in Autism Spectrum Disorder
H. J. Yoo I. H. Cho J. E. Park S. C. Cho B. N. Kim J. W. Kim M. S. Shin S. Park S. A. Kim M. Park
40 Oxytocin Receptor (OXTR) Gene Polymorphism Contributes to Ability in Face Recognition Memory
D. H. H. Skuse A. Lori I. Lee J. F. Cubells E. Binder T. Lehtimaki K. Puura K. Conneely L. J. Young
41 Relevance of Common CNVs for Autism Etiology
I. C. Conceicao C. Correia B. Oliveira J. Coelho C. Café J. Almeida S. Mouga F. Duque G. Oliveira A. M. Vicente
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