A genetic study to dissect the biology of dyslexia

Project: Standard

Project Details

AcronymBiology of dyslexia
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date30/06/1229/06/15

Funding

  • The Royal Society: £146,453.00

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  • Discovery of 42 genome-wide significant loci associated with dyslexia

    Doust, C., Fontanillas, P., Eising, E., Gordon, S. D., Wang, Z., Alagöz, G., Moltz, B., 23andMe Research Team, Quantitative Trait Working Group of the GenLang Consortium, St Pourcain, B., Francks, C., Marioni, R. E., Zhao, J., Paracchini, S., Talcott, J. B., Monaco, A. P., Stein, J. F., Gruen, J. R., Olson, R. K., Willcutt, E. G., & 9 othersDeFries, J. C., Pennington, B. F., Smith, S. D., Wright, M. J., Martin, N. G., Auton, A., Bates, T. C., Fisher, S. E. & Luciano, M., 20 Oct 2022, In: Nature Genetics. 54, p. 1621-1629 9 p.

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  • Reading and language disorders: the importance of both quantity and quality

    Newbury, D. F., Monaco, A. P. & Paracchini, S., 4 Apr 2014, In: Genes. 5, 2, p. 285-309 25 p.

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    23 Citations (Scopus)