Fmrp targets or not: long, highly brain-expressed genes tend to be implicated in autism and brain disorders.
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Department of Genetics, 4566 Scott Ave, Campus Box 8232, 63110-1093 St. Louis, MO USA ; Department of Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO USA.
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Jan 01, 2015
Comparison of known Fmrp-binding targets to candidate gene lists should be informed by both of these features.
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