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Bailey, A. R., B. N. Giunta, et al. (2008). "Peripheral biomarkers in Autism: secreted amyloid precursor protein-alpha as a probable key player in early diagnosis." Int J Clin Exp Med 1(4): 338-44. Epub 2008/12/17. NIMH, Robert A. Silver Foundation, NINDS None listed
Chiu, P. H., M. A. Kayali, et al. (2008). "Self responses along cingulate cortex reveal quantitative neural phenotype for high-functioning autism." Neuron 57(3): 463-73. Epub 2008/02/08. NIDA, NINDS, The Kane Family Foundation, The Dana Foundation, Autism Speaks, The Angel Williamson Imaging Center, APA 14.170
Choi, Y. J., A. Di Nardo, et al. (2008). "Tuberous sclerosis complex proteins control axon formation." Genes Dev. 22(18): 2485-95. Epub 2008/09/17. NINDS, Hearst Fund, TS Alliance, Manton Foundation, Children’s Hospital Boston MRDDRC, and the LLS 13.623
Gregg, J. P., L. Lit, et al. (2008). "Gene expression changes in children with autism." Genomics 91(1): 22-9. Epub 2007/11/17. NIEHS, EPA, MIND and NINDS 3.075
Marshall, C. R., A. Noor, et al. (2008). "Structural variation of chromosomes in autism spectrum disorder." Am. J. Hum. Genet. 82(2): 477-88. Epub 2008/02/07. Genome Canada/OGI, CIHR, the MCMM, the CIFAR, Autism Speaks, the MCH Foundation, SickKids Foundation, and the NGFN, NARSAD, the NWO, the KNAW, the AHFMR 10.153

*Journal impact factor is a measure of the number of citations an indexed journal receives annually and may be used to rank the relative importance of the journal. Higher impact factor scores represent a greater number of citations.

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