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KIAA0319 encodes a transmembrane protein that contains a large extracellular domain with multiple polycystic kidney disease (PKD) domains. Additionally we are shipping KIAA0319 Antibodies (49) and many more products for this protein.
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By suggesting the presence of common biological processes underlying reading (dis)ability, these findings represent initial support for a generalist effect of the non-additive interdependence between READ1 and the KIAA0319 risk haplotype and can help in clinically assessing the individual risk for Developmental dyslexia.
These findings suggest that DNA methylation (show HELLS Proteins) patterns in the KIAA0319 promoter region might be associated with cognitive control processes that are necessary to perform well in the forced-attention conditions.
The study corroborates the importance of rs2038137-KIAA0319, and rs6935076-KIAA0319 in the aetiology of dyslexia. The relevance of rs2038137-KIAA0319, and rs6935076-KIAA0319 was further supported by the meta-analysis.
a meta-analysis of association studies involving KIAA0319 polymorphisms and Developmental Dyslexia risk, is reported.
Missense variant in DYX2 gene is associated with reading disability.
Two SNPs in the KIAA0319 gene were nominally associated with rapid naming, and these associations were stable across different ages in longitudinal data set from the Dutch Dyslexia Program.
Study establishes KIAA0319 as a novel player in axon growth and regeneration with the ability to repress the intrinsic growth potential of axons; describes a novel regulatory mechanism operating during peripheral nervous system and central nervous system axon growth, and offers novel targets for the development of effective therapies to promote axon regeneration
This study indicated that genetic polymorphisms of KIAA0319 are associated with an increased risk of DD in the Uyghur population.
The KIAA0319 gene is associated with both reading ability and general cognition, but in different ways. The effect on IQ appears to occur earlier in development and is transient, whereas the effect of reading ability occurs later and is moderated by antenatal maternal stress.
Markers in DYX2 genes KIAA0319 and FAM65B (show FAM65B Proteins) were associated with cortical thickness in the left developing orbitofrontal region and global fractional anisotropy, respectively. KIAA0319 and ACOT13 (show ACOT13 Proteins) were suggestively associated with overall fractional anisotropy and left pars (show EPRS Proteins) opercularis cortical thickness, respectively.
Analyses of Kiaa0319L (AU040320 (show KIAA0319L Proteins)) and double Kiaa0319;AU040320 (show KIAA0319L Proteins) knockouts (dKO) revealed no evidence for impaired cortical lamination, neuronal migration, neurogenesis or other anatomical abnormalities. However, dKO mice displayed an auditory deficit in a behavioral gap-in-noise detection task. Recordings of click-evoked auditory brainstem responses revealed suprathreshold deficits in wave III amplitude in AU040320 (show KIAA0319L Proteins)-KO mice.
This gene encodes a transmembrane protein that contains a large extracellular domain with multiple polycystic kidney disease (PKD) domains. The encoded protein may play a role in the development of the cerebral cortex by regulating neuronal migration and cell adhesion. Single nucleotide polymorphisms in this gene are associated with dyslexia. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding multiple isoforms have been observed for this gene.
dyslexia susceptibility 2
, dyslexia-associated protein KIAA0319
, dyslexia-associated protein KIAA0319 homolog