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    • De novo insertions and deletions of predominantly paternal origin are associated with autism spectrum disorder 

      Dong, S.; Walker, M.F.; Carriero, N.J.; DiCola, M.; Willsey, A.; Ye, A.Y.; Waqar, Z.; Gonzalez L.E.; Overton J.D.; Frahm, S.; Keaney J.F.; III, Teran, N.A.; Dea J.; Mandell J.D.; HusBal V.; Sullivan, C.A.; DiLullo, N.M.; Khalil, R.O.; Gockley J.; Yuksel, Z.; Sertel, S.M.; Ercan-Sencicek, A.G.; Gupta, A.R.; Mane, S.M.; Sheldon, M.; Brooks, A.I.; Roeder, K.; Devlin, B.; State, M.W.; Wei L.; Sanders, S.J. (Elsevier, 2014)
      Whole-exome sequencing (WES) studies have demonstrated the contribution of de novo loss-of-function single-nucleotide variants (SNVs) to autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, challenges in the reliable detection of de ...
    • Systematic discovery of Rab GTPases with synaptic functions in Drosophila 

      Chan, C.-C.; Scoggin, S.; Wang, D.; Cherry, S.; Dembo, T.; Greenberg, B.; Jin, E.J.; Kuey, C.; Lopez, A.; Mehta, S.Q.; Perkins, T.J.; Brankatschk, M.; Rothenfluh, A.; Buszczak, M.; Hiesinger P.R. (2011)
      Background: Neurons require highly specialized intracellular membrane trafficking, especially at synapses. Rab GTPases are considered master regulators of membrane trafficking in all cells, and only very few Rabs have known ...