Variance of IQ is partially dependent on deletion type among 1,427 22q11.2 deletion syndrome subjects

Yingjie Zhao, Tingwei Guo, Ania Fiksinski, Elemi Breetvelt, Donna M. McDonald-McGinn, Terrence B. Crowley, Alexander Diacou, Maude Schneider, Stephan Eliez, Ann Swillen, Jeroen Breckpot, Joris Vermeesch, Eva W. C. Chow, Doron Gothelf, Sasja Duijff, Rens Evers, Therese A. van Amelsvoort, Marianne van den Bree, Michael Owen, Maria NiarchouCarrie E. Bearden, Claudia Ornstein, Maria Pontillo, Antonino Buzzanca, Stefano Vicari, Marco Armando, Kieran C. Murphy, Clodagh Murphy, Sixto Garcia-Minaur, Nicole Philip, Linda Campbell, Jaume Morey-Canellas, Jasna Raventos, Jordi Rosell, Damian Heine-Suner, Robert J. Shprintzen, Raquel E. Gur, Elaine Zackai, Beverly S. Emanuel, Tao Wang, Wendy R. Kates, Anne S. Bassett, Jacob A. S. Vorstman, Bernice E. Morrow, Int Brain Behavior Consortium

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2172-2181
Number of pages10
JournalAmerican Journal of Medical Genetics Part A
Volume176
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2018

Keywords

  • 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
  • deletion size
  • intellectual disability
  • IQ
  • low copy repeat
  • segmental duplication
  • CARDIO-FACIAL-SYNDROME
  • CONGENITAL HEART-DISEASE
  • SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN
  • VELOCARDIOFACIAL SYNDROME
  • NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES
  • DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORIES
  • COGNITIVE DECLINE
  • FOLLOW-UP
  • BRAIN
  • INTELLIGENCE

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