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    • Large-scale exome sequencing study implicates both developmental and functional changes in the neurobiology of autism 

      Satterstrom, F. K.; Kosmicki, J. A.; Wang, J.; Breen, M. S.; De Rubeis, S.; An, J. - Y.; Peng, M.; Collins, R.; Grove, J.; Klei, L.; Stevens, C.; Reichert, J.; Mulhern, M. S.; Artomov, M.; Gerges, S.; Sheppard, B.; Xu, X.; Bhaduri, A.; Norman, Utku; Brand, H.; Schwartz, G.; Nguyen, R.; Guerrero, E. E.; Dias, C.; Autism Sequencing Consortium; iPSYCH-Broad Consortium; Betancur, C; Cook, E; Gallagher, L; Gill, M; Sutcliffe, J; Thurm, A; Zwick, M; State, M; Çicek, A. Ercüment; Talkowski, M; Cutler, D; Devlin, B.; Sanders, S; Roeder, K.; Daly, M; Buxbaum, J. (Elsevier, 2020-02-06)
      We present the largest exome sequencing study ofautism spectrum disorder (ASD) to date (n = 35,584total samples, 11,986 with ASD). Using an enhancedanalytical framework to integratedenovoand case-control rare variation, ...
    • Revisiting the complex architecture of ALS in Turkey: expanding genotypes, shared phenotypes, molecular networks, and a public variant database 

      Tunca, C.; Şeker, T.; Akçimen, F.; Coşkun, C.; Bayraktar, E.; Palvadeau, R.; Zor, S.; Koçoğlu, C.; Kartal, E.; Şen, N. E.; Hamzeiy, H.; Özoğuz-Erimiş, A.; Norman, Utku; Karakahya, Oğuzhan; Olgun, Gülden; Akgün, T.; Durmuş, H.; Şahin, E.; Çakar, A.; Başar-Gürsoy, E.; Babacan-Yıldız, G.; İşak, B.; Uluç, K.; Hanağası, H.; Bilgiç, B.; Turgut, N.; Aysal, F.; Ertaş, M.; Boz, C.; Kotan, D.; İdrisoğlu, H.; Soysal, A.; Uzun-Adatepe, N.; Akalın, M. A.; Koç, F.; Tan, E.; Oflazer, P.; Deymeer, F.; Taştan, Ö.; Çiçek, A. Ercüment; Kavak, E.; Parman, Y.; Başak, A. N. (John Wiley and Sons, 2020)
      The last decade has proven that amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is clinically and genetically heterogeneous, and that the genetic component in sporadic cases might be stronger than expected. This study investigates ...
    • Spatio-temporal gene discovery for autism spectrum disorder 

      Norman, Utku (Bilkent University, 2018-05)
      Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) studies for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) could identify only around six dozen risk genes to date, because the genetic architecture of the disorder is highly complex. To speed the gene ...
    • ST-Steiner: a spatio-temporal gene discovery algorithm 

      Norman, Utku; Çiçek, A. Ercüment (Oxford University Press, 2019)
      Motivation: Whole exome sequencing (WES) studies for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) could identify only around six dozen risk genes to date because the genetic architecture of the disorder is highly complex. To speed the ...