Diagnostic yield of various genetic approaches in patients with unexplained developmental delay or mental retardation

@article{Rauch2006DiagnosticYO,
  title={Diagnostic yield of various genetic approaches in patients with unexplained developmental delay or mental retardation},
  author={Anita Rauch and Juliane Hoyer and Sabine Guth and Christiane Zweier and Cornelia Kraus and Christian F. W. Becker and Martin Zenker and Ulrike H{\"u}ffmeier and Christian T Thiel and Franz R{\"u}schendorf and Peter J. N{\"u}rnberg and Andr{\'e} Reis and Udo Trautmann},
  journal={American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A},
  year={2006},
  volume={140A}
}
The underlying cause of mental retardation remains unknown in up to 80% of patients. As chromosomal aberrations are the most common known cause of mental retardation, several new methods based on FISH, PCR, and array techniques have been developed over recent years to increase detection rate of subtle aneusomies initially of the gene rich subtelomeric regions, but nowadays also genome wide. As the reported detection rates vary widely between different reports and in order to compare the… Expand
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