Psychoneuroendocrinology 33— Whilst on the q-arm, strongest linkage is at 18q View Article Google Scholar. Download: PPT. Association analyses Family-based samples with their quantitative traits were analysed with the 'total association' option within QTDT 2. Table S4. A characteristic of X-linked inheritance is that fathers cannot pass X-linked traits to their sons no male-to-male transmission.
Whilst on the q-arm, strongest linkage is at 18q We then performed a multi-variate linkage study with the original 89 UK families to explore the contribution of six different reading-related traits to DYX6 . Table S6.
Science — The p-values reported here are all uncorrected for multiple-testing. Table S1. Thirdly, that they come from the same ethnic origin as our DD samples, which is important to prevent population stratification from affecting our association analyses.
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The UK families were identified at clinics and schools of the Berkshire area, and have been detailed previously . Finally, the Framingham study of stroke- and dementia-free individuals found strongest genome-wide linkage for reading ability at 18p Ann Med.
So what's also very interesting is that you can imagine that for individuals who are XY or males, having these different mutations on the genes, on the X chromosome, is particularly problematic, because unlike females, there are not two X chromosomes that give you the potential of carrying a normal gene on the X chromosome.