Last Posted: Dec 10, 2020
- Role of Ash1l in Tourette syndrome and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Zhang Cheng et al. Developmental neurobiology 2020 Nov
- Association of Tourette Syndrome and Chronic Tic Disorder With Subsequent Risk of Alcohol- or Drug-Related Disorders, Criminal Convictions, and Death: A Population-Based Family Study.
Virtanen Suvi et al. Biological psychiatry 2020 Sep
- Cross-disorder GWAS meta-analysis for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Tourette Syndrome
Z Yang et al, BioRXIV, September 16, 2019
- Clinical and genetic analysis of children with a dual diagnosis of Tourette syndrome and autism spectrum disorder.
Carias Karin Vanessa et al. Journal of psychiatric research 2019 Apr 145-153
- Common (Genetic) Links Between Clinics and the Community: New Evidence From a Tourette Syndrome Polygenic Score.
Ronald Angelica et al. Biological psychiatry 2019 Feb (4) 281-282
- Five Things You May Not Know About Tourette Syndrome
- New Tourette Disorder Genes Come to Light
M Solis, UCSF, September 25, 2018
- Understanding Tourette Syndrome
- Genes, Environment and Schizophrenia: The Placenta is the Missing Link
Frontline Genomics, May 29, 2018
- Key Findings: Tourette Syndrome, Other Conditions, and School Measures
NCBDDD, Mar 2018
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