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Overview of the behavioral/cognitive phenotype of fragile X syndrome (FXS). The interrelationships among cognitive, behavioral and attentional deficits in FXS are modified by additional environmental influences and genetic background effects. Environmental influences include seizures, trauma, abuse and socioeconomic status. Genetic influences include allelic variations, additional genetic disorders and variation in the expression levels of genes important for the phenotype of FXS.

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Reference: <pubmed>20858229</pubmed>| PMC2954865


Assessment

+ Figure relevant to group project. + Copyright, Citation and student disclaimer included. + This is an interesting figure relating one disorder to other neural disorders.


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