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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 02/2017, Volume 542, Issue 7642, pp. 433 - 438
The genomes of individuals with severe, undiagnosed developmental disorders are enriched in damaging de novo mutations (DNMs) in developmentally important... 
INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | METAANALYSIS | VARIANTS | GENETICS | HEART-DEFECTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | GENES | SEQUENCE | FRAMEWORK | DISCOVERY | GENOME | Prevalence | Humans | Middle Aged | Parents | Male | Mi-2 Nucleosome Remodeling and Deacetylase Complex - genetics | Developmental Disabilities - genetics | Casein Kinase II - genetics | Autoantigens - genetics | Young Adult | ras GTPase-Activating Proteins - genetics | Adult | Female | Child | CDC2 Protein Kinase - genetics | Histone-Lysine N-Methyltransferase - genetics | Repressor Proteins - genetics | Sex Characteristics | Transcription Factors - genetics | DNA-Binding Proteins - genetics | Mutation - genetics | Nerve Tissue Proteins - genetics | Sequence Analysis, DNA | Homeodomain Proteins - genetics | DEAD-box RNA Helicases - genetics | Exome - genetics | Phenotype | Myeloid-Lymphoid Leukemia Protein - genetics | Adolescent | Heredity - genetics | Protein Phosphatase 2C - genetics | Cohort Studies | Child development deviations | Genetic aspects | Genetic disorders | Developmental disabilities | Distribution | Genes | Families & family life | Births | Genomes | Mutation | Causality | Estimates | Age | Index Medicus | TRIO | MYT1L | EHMT1 | HNRNPU | SUV420H1 | COL4A3BP | SYNGAP1 | PPP2R1A | POGZ | EP300 | KCNH1 | SCN1A | MEF2C | CDKL5 | CSNK2A1 | DYRK1A | CASK | ALG13 | FOXP1 | KAT6B | TBL1XR1 | KAT6A | SCN8A | KCNQ2 | EEF1A2 | KCNQ3 | ADNP | PhenIcons | SET | KMT2A | ANKRD11 | STXBP1 | FOXG1 | ZC4H2 | ITPR1 | De novo mutation | Seizures | ZBTB18 | CREBBP | SMAD4 | PDHA1 | IQSEC2 | AUTS2 | BCL11A | BRAF | SMARCA2 | GRIN2B | MED13L | GNAO1 | CNOT3 | TCF4 | SCN2A | CDK13 | GABRB3 | SETD5 | KDM5B | Developmental Disease | DDX3X | CHD8 | PTEN | CHD4 | TCF20 | CTCF | CHD2 | WDR45 | SLC6A1 | MECP2 | CHAMP1 | KIF1A | Average Faces | MSL3 | PPP2R5D | SMC1A | ARID1B | DNM1 | CNKSR2 | PACS1 | WAC | ZMYND11 | AHDC1 | NFIX | SATB2 | HDAC8 | PPM1D | GNAI1 | PURA | PUF60 | NSD1 | Intellectual Disability | SLC35A2 | DYNC1H1 | NAA10 | USP9X | PTPN11 | GATAD2B | ASXL1 | KANSL1 | ASXL3 | CTNNB1 | QRICH1
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 3/2013, Volume 110, Issue 11, pp. 4386 - 4391
Mutations in the KV7.2 gene encoding for voltage-dependent K⁺ channel subunits cause neonatal epilepsies with wide phenotypic heterogeneity. Two mutations... 
Electric potential | Neurons | Epilepsy | Encephalopathies | Potassium channels | Sensors | CHO cells | Genetic mutation | Electric current | Seizures | Anticonvulsants | Channelopathies | Potassium channel gating | Brain development | P-stacking interaction | brain development | Biological Sciences | π-stacking interaction | potassium channel gating | anticonvulsants | channelopathies
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Human Mutation, ISSN 1059-7794, 03/2014, Volume 35, Issue 3, pp. 356 - 367
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Journal of General Physiology, ISSN 0022-1295, 02/2019, Volume 151, Issue 2, pp. 247 - 257
One of the major factors known to cause neuronal hyperexcitability is malfunction of the potassium channels formed by KCNQ2 and KCNQ3. These channel subunits... 
HELICAL STRUCTURE | ENCEPHALOPATHY | PHYSIOLOGY | SEGMENT | PHENOTYPE | MOVEMENT | ARGININE | SPECTRUM | RESIDUES | CHARGE | K(V)7.2 | Channel opening | Epilepsy | Excitability | Ions | Fluorometry | Potassium channels | KCNQ3 protein | Molecular modelling | Arginine | Potassium channels (voltage-gated) | Mutation | Potassium | KCNQ2 protein | 501
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British Journal of Pharmacology, ISSN 0007-1188, 04/2012, Volume 165, Issue 7, pp. 2244 - 2259
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PLOS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 02/2016, Volume 11, Issue 2
The hetero-tetrameric voltage-gated potassium channel K(v)7.2/K(v)7.3, which is encoded by KCNQ2 and KCNQ3, plays an important role in limiting network... 
EZOGABINE | ANTICONVULSANT RETIGABINE | POTASSIUM CHANNELS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RAT HIPPOCAMPUS | CURRENTS | KCNQ2/KCNQ3 K+ CHANNELS | NEURONAL EXCITABILITY | EPILEPTIC ENCEPHALOPATHY | MOUSE MODELS | FAMILIAL NEONATAL CONVULSIONS
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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 01/2019, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 106 - 116
We combined de novo mutation (DNM) data from 10,927 individuals with developmental delay and autism to identify 253 candidate neurodevelopmental disease genes... 
INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | AUTISM | MOUSE MODEL | GENETICS & HEREDITY | MISSENSE MUTATION | SEGMENTAL DUPLICATIONS | DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY | SPECTRUM | TRUNCATING MUTATIONS | CLINICAL-SIGNIFICANCE | HAPLOINSUFFICIENCY | Autistic Disorder - genetics | Humans | Mi-2 Nucleosome Remodeling and Deacetylase Complex - genetics | DNA Copy Number Variations - genetics | Developmental Disabilities - genetics | Neurodevelopmental Disorders - genetics | Mutation - genetics | Intellectual Disability - genetics | Exome - genetics | Phenotype | Animals | Chromosome Aberrations | Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide - genetics | Mice | Intracellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins - genetics | Gene mutations | Copy number variations | Analysis | Nervous system | Degeneration | Genetic aspects | Research | Morbidity | Neurosciences | Intellectual disabilities | Copy number | Genes | Disorders | Likelihood ratio | Genomes | Gene deletion | Neurodevelopmental disorders | Spiny neurons | Autism | Missense mutation | Clonal deletion | Reproduction (copying) | Neostriatum | Deletion | Gene duplication | Mutation | Chromosome 16 | Index Medicus | TRIO | MYT1L | HNRNPU | EHMT1 | ENO3 | CAPN15 | SUV420H1 | PPP1CB | EFTUD2 | COL4A3BP | SYNGAP1 | PPP2R1A | POGZ | EP300 | KCNH1 | SOX5 | MAP2K1 | MEF2C | CSNK2A1 | TMEM178A | DYRK1A | CASK | FOXP1 | KAT6B | TBL1XR1 | KAT6A | SCN8A | HECW2 | KCNQ2 | EEF1A2 | KCNQ3 | ADNP | Genetics of Developmental Delay | DLX3 | SET | KMT2A | SRCAP | ANP32A | STXBP1 | CUL3 | FOXG1 | ANKRD11 | ITPR1 | de novo Mutation | HIVEP3 | SNX5 | ZBTB18 | CREBBP | IQSEC2 | BCL11A | NONO | UPF3B | BRAF | ADAP1 | GRIN2B | SMARCA2 | SMARCA4 | MED13L | GNAO1 | AGO4 | DLG4 | CAPRIN1 | Neurodevelopmental Disorders | TCF4 | CDK13 | SCN2A | GABRB2 | KDM5B | SETD5 | DDX3X | CHD8 | PTEN | TCF20 | CTCF | CHD3 | CHD2 | WDR45 | SLC6A1 | MECP2 | SNAPC5 | SYNCRIP | TLK2 | CHAMP1 | KIF1A | RAC1 | TNPO2 | DNMT3A | MSL3 | PPP2R5D | ASH1L | SMC1A | ARID1B | CNKSR2 | PACS2 | SETBP1 | PIK3CA | PACS1 | WAC | ZMYND11 | SHANK3 | AHDC1 | SMARCD1 | WDR26 | NFIX | SATB2 | KIAA2022 | HDAC8 | PPM1D | GNAI1 | PURA | PUF60 | NSD1 | LEO1 | DYNC1H1 | MBD5 | NAA10 | USP9X | PTPN11 | MEIS2 | GATAD2B | KANSL1 | ASXL3 | CTNNB1 | TRIP12 | QRICH1 | NAA15 | TAF1
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