Mental Retardation, X-Linked, Syndromic, Christianson Type

Known as: Intellectual Deficit, X-Linked, South African Type, Christianson Syndrome, Angelman-Like Syndrome, X-Linked 
 
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2017
2017
Christianson syndrome (CS) is an X-linked disorder resulting from loss-of-function mutations in SLC9A6, which encodes the… (More)
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2016
2016
Christianson syndrome (CS) is an X-linked neurodevelopmental and neurological disorder characterized in males by core symptoms… (More)
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2016
2016
Christianson Syndrome, a recently identified X-linked neurodevelopmental disorder, is caused by mutations in the human gene… (More)
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2016
2016
Using targeted next generation sequencing, we have identified a splicing mutation (c.526-9_526-5del) in the SLC9A6 gene in a 9… (More)
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2015
2015
Christianson syndrome (CS) is an X-linked neurodevelopmental/neurological disorder characterized in males by the following core… (More)
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2014
2014
OBJECTIVE Recently, Christianson syndrome (CS) has been determined to be caused by mutations in the X-linked Na(+) /H… (More)
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2014
2014
Mutations in the solute carrier family 9, subfamily A member 6 (SLC9A6) gene, encoding the endosomal Na+/H+ exchanger 6 (NHE6… (More)
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2014
2014
Christianson syndrome (CS) is an X-linked neurodevelopmental disorder caused by deleterious mutations in SLC9A6. Affected… (More)
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Review
2014
Review
2014
Christianson syndrome (CS) is caused by mutations in SLC9A6 and is characterized by severe intellectual disability, absent speech… (More)
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2014
Review
2014
Several genetic disorders are characterized by normal head size at birth, followed by deceleration in head growth resulting in… (More)
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