Targeted resequencing in epileptic encephalopathies identifies¬ de novo < /em>mutations in¬ CHD2< /em> ¬ †and¬ SYNGAP1< /em> < /strong> < /h2>

Original research article by G.L. Carvill et al. < /em> (2013) . < /p>

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A group of 65 genes either known or suspected to cause epilepsy were selected for genetic sequence analysis. This study found that one person had a change in the MBD5 gene that was thought to be related to neurodevelopmental differences such as autism spectrum disorder or epilepsy. < /p>