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Rett Syndrome: On Clinical and Genetic Features, and Experimental Models Based on MeCP2 Dysfunction 

Rett Syndrome: On Clinical and Genetic Features, and Experimental Models Based on MeCP2 Dysfunction
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Rett Syndrome: On Clinical and Genetic Features, and Experimental Models Based on MeCP2 Dysfunction
Author(s):

Gaston Calfa

, Alan K. Percy

, and Lucas Pozzo-Miller

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199744312.003.0005
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date: 03 April 2020

Chapter 5 reviews the features of Rett syndrome (RTT) and its genetic bases, as well as the role of MECP2 in neurodevelopment at the clinical as well as molecular and cellular levels, exploring potential neurobiological mechanisms shared with other autism spectrum disorders.

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