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Reproducing speech intervals in the sub-hundred millisecond (ms) range with a translocation in 7q31

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4th Annual Oxford Neuroscience Symposium, March 20, 2013
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There is increasing evidence that mutations in the transcription factor FOXP2 impairs sensorimotor responses at the brain level.

How some gene interactions produce afferentefferent circuits involving gabaergic and glutamergic populations of cells in different parts of the CNS is unclear. It is known that FOXP2 is expressed in a sensorimotor dopaminergic circuit, comprising the striatum, thalamus, deep cerebral cortical layers, the inferior olive and Purkinje cells of the cerebellum....

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