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by Palferman, Sarah and Matthews, Nicola and Turner, Martha and Moore, Janette and Hervas, Amaia and Aubin, Anne and Wallace, Simon and Michelotti, Janine and Wainhouse, Catherine and Paul, Alina and Thompson, Elaine and Murin, Marianne and Gupta, Ramyani and Garner, Claire and Pickles, Andrew and Rutter, Michael and Bailey, Anthony and Lamb, Janine A and Marlow, Angela and Scudder, Pat and Barnby, Gabrielle and Monaco, Anthony P and Baird, Gillian and Cox, Anthony and Docherty, Zoe and Warburton, Pamela and Green, Elizabeth P and Abbs, Stephen J and Le Couteur, Ann and McConachie, Helen R and Berney, Tom and Kelly, Thomas P and De Vries, Petrus J and Bolton, Patrick F and Green, Jonathan and Gilchrist, Anne and Whittacker, Jane and Bolton, Bryan and Packer, Ros and Maestrini, Elena and Van Engeland, Herman and De Jonge, Maretha V and Kemner, Chantal and Klauck, Sabine M and Beyer, Kim S and Epp, Sabine and Poustka, Annemarie and Benner, Axel and Poustka, Fritz and Rühl, Dorothea and Schmötzer, Gabriele and Bölte, Sven and Feineis-Matthews, Sabine and Fombonne, Eric and Rogé, Bernadette and Fremolle-Kruck, Jeanne and Pienkowski, Catherine and Tauber, Marie-Thérèse and Pedersen, Lennart and Brondum-Nielsen, Karen and Eriksen, Gunna and Haracopos, Demetrious and Cotterill, Rodney M. J and Tsiantis, John and Papanikolaou, Katerina and Lord, Catherine and Corsello, Christina and Guter, Stephen and Leventhal, Bennett and Cook, Edwin and Smalley, Susan and Bailey, Julia and Liu, Amy and Dedricks, Martha and Chrzanowski, Lisa and Levitt, Jennifer and Pauls, David and Volkmar, Fred and Weeks, Daniel E and Intl Molecular Genetic Study Autis and International Molecular Genetic Study of Autism Consortium (IMGSAC)
Human Molecular Genetics, ISSN 0964-6906, 04/2001, Volume 10, Issue 9, pp. 973 - 982
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Human Molecular Genetics, ISSN 0964-6906, 03/1998, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 571 - 578
Autism is characterized by impairments in reciprocal social interaction and communication, and restricted and stereotyped patterns of interests and activities.... 
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