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CNTNAP2 gene in high functioning autism: no association according to family and meta-analysis approaches

Werling, Anna Maria ; Bobrowski, Elise ; Taurines, Regina ; Gundelfinger, Ronnie ; Romanos, Marcel ; Grünblatt, Edna ; Walitza, Susanne


The Contactin Associated Protein-like 2 (CNTNAP2) gene has been discussed to be associated with different symptoms of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and other neurodevelopmental disorders. We aimed to elucidate the genetic association of CNTNAP2 within high functioning ASD (HFA), focusing on autism specific symptoms and reducing intelligence related factors. Furthermore, we compared our ...


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