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Project Element Element Description

Project Title

Project Title

Dissecting Reciprocal CNVs Associated With Autism

Principal Investigator

Principal Investigator

Golzio, Christelle

Description

Description

Christelle Golzio, Ph.D., Duke University, will use zebra fish as a model for developing tools to identify genes from copy number variations (CNVs) associated with ASD. CNVs are genetic alterations resulting in abnormal numbers of copies of sections of the DNA. The data generated should identify a number of genes responsible for ASD and provide a platform for the systematic study of CNVs discovered in patients.

Funder

Funder

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

Fiscal Year Funding

Fiscal Year Funding

30000

Current Award Period

Current Award Period

2014-2016

Strategic Plan Question

Strategic Plan Question

Question 2: How Can I Understand What Is Happening?

Strategic Plan Objective

Strategic Plan Objective

2O. Not specific to Question 2 objectives

Project Link

Project Link

No link available.

Institution

Institution

Duke University

State/Country

State/Country

North Carolina

Project Number

Project Number

Federal or Private?

Federal or Private?

Private

Received ARRA Funding?

Received ARRA Funding?

No

History/Related Projects

History/Related Projects

Dissecting Reciprocal CNVs Associated With Autism | 0 | 2013 |
Dissecting Reciprocal CNVs Associated With Autism | 30000 | 2014 |

 
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