Browsing by Author "Hebebrand, J"

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  • Paschou, Peristera; Yu, Dongmei; Gerber, Gloria; Evans, Patrick; Tsetsos, Fotis; Davis, LK; Karagiannidis, I; Chaponis, J; Gamazon, E; Mueller-Vahl, K; Stuhrmann, M; Schloegelhofer, M; Stamenkovic, M; Hebebrand, J; Noethen, M; Nagy, Péter; Barta, Csaba; Tarnok, Zsanett; Rizzo, R; Depienne, C; Worbe, Y; Hartmann, A; Cath, DC; Budman, CL; Sandor, P; Barr, C; Wolanczyk, T; Singer, H; Chou, IC; Grados, M; Posthuma, D; Rouleau, GA; Aschauer, H; Freimer, NB; Pauls, DL; Cox, NJ; Mathews, CA; Scharf, JM (2014)
  • Karagiannidis, I; Dehning, S; Sandor, P; Tarnok, Z; Rizzo, R; Wolanczyk, T; Madruga-Garrido, M; Hebebrand, J; Nöthen, MM; Lehmkuhl, G; Farkas, L; Nagy, P; Szymanska, U; Anastasiou, Z; Stathias, V; Androutsos, C; Tsironi, V; Koumoula, A; Barta, Csaba; Zill, P; Mir, P; Müller, N; Barr, C; Paschou, P (2013)
    Background: Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is caused by the interaction of environment with a complex genetic background. The genetic etiology of the disorder remains, so far, elusive, ...
  • Grünblatt, E; Nemoda, Zsófia; Werling, AM; Roth, A; Angyal, Nóra; Tarnok, Z; Thomsen, H; Peters, T; Hinney, A; Hebebrand, J; Lesch, K-P; Romanos, M; Walitza, S (2019)
    Wnt-signaling is one of the most abundant pathways involved in processes such as cell-proliferation, -polarity, and -differentiation. Altered Wnt-signaling has been linked with several neurodevelopmental disorders including ...

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