Single nucleotide polymorphisms

Association of TUSC3 gene polymorphisms with non-syndromic mental retardation based on nuclear families in the Qinba mountain area of China

M. J. Zhang, Xing, L. X., Cui, M., Yang, X., Shi, J. G., Li, J., Zhang, K. J., Zheng, Z. J., Zhang, F. C., Li, J. L., and Gao, X. C., Association of TUSC3 gene polymorphisms with non-syndromic mental retardation based on nuclear families in the Qinba mountain area of China, vol. 14, pp. 5022-5030, 2015.

TUSC3 interacts with the protein phosphatase 1 and magnesium ion transport system, which plays an important role in learning and memory. Abnormal conditions of learning and memory are common clinical characteristics of mental retardation (MR). However, the association of TUSC3 genetic polymorphisms with MR remains unknown. A total of 456 DNA samples including 174 nuclear families containing MR were collected in the Qinba mountain area of China. The genotypes of eight tag single nucleotide polymorphisms of TUSC3 were evaluated with traditional genetic methods.

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