Chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome is one the most common genetic sources of developmental disability. The population of children with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome is growing, as improved heart care allows many more children survive, the heart defects that commonly occur in the state, said clinical geneticist Elaine H. Co-author of both studies and medical director of the 22q and Clinic at Children’s Hospital.
‘. As we understanding of the understanding of the details of how neural circuits are connected for certain functions of the brain, we can design strategies for therapies, because the child’s brain more plastic than adult brains, and more capable of reconfiguring through through alternative routes, added Dr. ‘Our findings represent early steps toward that goal. ‘. Continue reading “Chromosome 22q11.”