Last Posted: Oct 22, 2021
- Copy number variations in a Brazilian cohort with autism spectrum disorders highlight the contribution of cell adhesion genes.
Costa Claudia Ismania Samogy et al. Clinical genetics 2021
- Emo-mirror: a proposal to support emotion recognition in children with autism spectrum disorders.
Pavez Rodolfo et al. Neural computing & applications 2021 1-12
- A single center experience with publicly funded clinical exome sequencing for neurodevelopmental disorders or multiple congenital anomalies.
Pode-Shakked Ben et al. Scientific reports 2021 11(1) 19099
- Psychotropic prescribing rates and pharmacogenomic testing implications for autism in the Canadian primary care sentinel surveillance network.
Ahmed Zeeshan et al. Pharmacogenetics and genomics 2021
- High-profile autism genetics project paused amid backlash
Study aimed at collecting DNA from 10,000 people with autism and their families has drawn criticism for failing to consult the autism community.
K Sandarson, Nature, September 27, 2021
- Genetic counseling as preventive intervention: toward individual specification of transgenerational autism risk.
Marrus Natasha et al. Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 2021 13(1) 39
- [Electroencephalogram feature extraction and classification of autistic children based on recurrence quantification analysis].
Zhao Jie et al. Sheng wu yi xue gong cheng xue za zhi = Journal of biomedical engineering = Shengwu yixue gongchengxue zazhi 2021 38(4) 663-670
- An ethical analysis of divergent clinical approaches to the application of genetic testing for autism and schizophrenia.
Morris E et al. Human genetics 2021
- Enhancing the Impact of Genomics Research in Autism through Integration of Research Results into Routine Care Pathways-A Case Series.
Peltekova Iskra et al. Journal of personalized medicine 2021 11(8)
- The Utility of Pharmacogenetic-Guided Psychotropic Medication Selection for Pediatric Patients: A Retrospective Study.
Ariefdjohan Merlin et al. Pediatric reports 2021 13(3) 421-433
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