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Dopey family member 2

C21orf5, DOPEY2
Papers on C21orf5
A quantitative assessment of gene expression (QAGE) reveals differential overexpression of DOPEY2, a candidate gene for mental retardation, in Down syndrome brain regions.
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Lopes et al., Paris, France. In Int J Dev Neurosci, 2009
Results quantify and statistically analyze, for the first time, DOPEY2 expression variations in different regions of the Down syndrome human fetal brains and to compare them to corresponding normal brains.
New cerebellar phenotypes in YAC transgenic mouse in vivo library of human Down syndrome critical region-1.
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Delabar et al., Paris, France. In Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2008
We proposed DOPEY2 as potential candidate gene for these cerebellar alterations considering its high expression in the brain.
C21orf5, a human candidate gene for brain abnormalities and mental retardation in Down syndrome.
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Delabar et al., Paris, France. In Cytogenet Genome Res, 2005
C21orf5 selective expression in the key brain structures for learning and memory suggests that C21orf5 overexpression could participate in mental retardation pathogenesis in Down syndrome patients.
C21orf5, a new member of Dopey family involved in morphogenesis, could participate in neurological alterations and mental retardation in Down syndrome.
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Delabar et al., Paris, France. In Dna Res, 2004
C21orf5, could play a role in brain morphogenesis and, when overexpressed, it could participate in neurological features and mental retardation observed in DS patients.
The differentially expressed C21orf5 gene in the medial temporal-lobe system could play a role in mental retardation in Down syndrome and transgenic mice.
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Rachidi et al., Lille, France. In Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2003
The differentially expressed C21orf5 gene in the medial temporal-lobe system could play a role in Down syndrome.
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