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1995Overlapping submicroscopic deletions in Xq28 causing developmental disorders in two unrelated boysGedeon, A.; Keinanen, M.; Ades, L.; Kaarianen, H.; Gecz, J.; Baker, E.; Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1996Fragile X Syndrome and other X-linked Causes of Mental HandicapSutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1997Gene structure and subcellular localisation of FMR2, a member of a new family of putative transcription activatorsGecz, J.; Bielby, S.; Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1996Identification of the gene FMR2, associated with FRAXE mental retardationGecz, J.; Gedeon, A.; Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1995FRAXE and mental retardationMulley, J.; Yu, S.; Loesch, D.; Hay, D.; Donnelly, A.; Gedeon, A.; Carbonell, P.; Lopez, I.; Glover, G.; Garbarron, I.; Yu, P.; Baker, E.; Haan, E.; Hockey, A.; Knight, S.; Daview, K.; Richards, R.; Sutherland, G.
1999Characterization of the human glutamate receptor subunit 3 gene (GRIA3), a candidate for bipolar disorder and nonspecific X-linked mental retardationGecz, J.; Barnett, S.; Liu, J.; Hollway, G.; Donnelly, A.; Eyre, H.; Eshkevari, H.; Baltazar, R.; Grunn, A.; Nagaraja, R.; Gilliam, C.; Peltonen, L.; Sutherland, G.; Baron, M.; Mulley, J.
1999Fibroblast growth factor homologous factor 2 (FHF2): gene structure, expression and mapping to the Börjeson-Forssman-Lehmann syndrome region in Xq26 delineated by a duplication breakpoint in a BFLS-like patientGecz, J.; Baker, E.; Donnelly, A.; Ming, J.; McDonald-McGinn, D.; Spinner, N.; Zackai, E.; Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1996FRAGILE X SYNDROME AND FRAGILE XE MENTAL RETARDATION [Review]Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1995Localization of a gene for autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy to 20q13.2Phillips, H.; Scheffer, I.; Berkovic, S.; Hollway, G.; Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1995A missense mutation in the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor α4 subunit is associated with autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsySteinlein, O.; Mulley, J.; Propping, P.; Wallace, R.; Phillips, H.; Sutherland, G.; Scheffer, I.; Berkovic, S.