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Katyapple 3m
Replying to @1974Hamilton
This wee turd needs to shut the f*ck up. See as a mother, when you spend THREE YEARS trying to find a hair stylist who is able to withstand the kicking, punching & screaming from your son & then you get exposed to this pish? I just want to body slam that wee shite.
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Todd Lab @UM Jul 26
Our new paper on RAN translation is online! RNA helicases and start codon fidelity are key. Altering these suppresses repeat toxicity in FXTAS. "DDX3X and specific initiation factors modulate FMR1 repeat‐associated non‐AUG‐initiated translation"
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Ethan Scott's Lab Aug 6
Check out our double-dip into modelling in . With SPIM & GCaMP, we find brain-wide network changes causing auditory hypersensitivity and defects in visual learning in fmr1 fish.
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Patrick Wild Centre Sep 4
Fragile X-associated conditions: implications for the whole family New paper out in from & colleagues with focus on in primary care. Thanks especially to , & for their input.
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Seaver Autism Center Aug 2
A full house for an amazing dissertation defense: Transcription & neuroanatomy associated with attention deficits in a rat 🐀 model of syndrome. We are so proud of you - congratulations Dr. Carla Golden! 🎉🎓
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Sarah Oct 9
Today is awareness day & I’m spreading as much awareness as possible by sharing all my Fragile X blog posts👇 Feel free to share,tweet,retweet and like!🙅🏻‍♀️
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Brian Murray Feb 26
It says a lot about Members of Congress who take the time to meet with constituents. Today had us walked over to the Capitol so she could step out of caucus to meet with us on - it means so much to our family that she would take these extra steps to help.
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Cell Reports Mar 10
Screening for small molecules to reverse FMR1 in syndrome iPSCs.
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ECAC Mar 4
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month! Shout out to all the individuals who have a developmental disability and their families as well as the professionals who serve them.
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Norbert Weiss May 23
Modulation of may treat symptoms in fragile X syndrome
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Kyrsten Sinema Feb 26
Loved meeting the girls - they are *great* advocates for families! Thanks
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Louise Clarke Oct 10
Please support this great blogger.
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Fragile X Society Oct 9
Tomorrow is Fragile X Awareness Day! We will be premiering (at 7am) a new video 'My Brother, My Sister', which gives amazing insight into what family life is like with Fragile X:
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Stuart and Matthew Feb 19
Show us work which is routine, can be trained and learned and with a little bit of support we’ll give an employer 100% effort, commitment and reliability -
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Nature Neuroscience 18 Feb 19
Reduced mitochondrial fusion and Huntingtin levels contribute to impaired dendritic maturation and behavioral deficits in Fmr1 mutant mice
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The Cannigma Feb 19
CBD-rich products may relieve a wide-range of symptoms.
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Fragile X Society Oct 9
Here is just a taste of some of the amazing things our community is doing to raise awareness tomorrow. Let us know what you are up to! Find out ways you can get involved:
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FRAXA Research 20h
In The Genetics Podcast EP28, Dr Bloom () & Dr Tranfaglia draw on their experiences to discuss the successes & opportunities of drug repurposing, the power of using machine learning , & the work they’ve been doing towards treatments.
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Fragile X Awareness Sep 21
Diabetes drug delivers multiple benefits for people with fragile X syndrome
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Karen Kelm 14h
Take a listen... Drug Repurposing for Great Job!!
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