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Signalling pathways of fragile X syndrome

The RNA-binding protein FMR1 has a key role in the neurodevelopmental disorder fragile X syndrome, but the RNAs targeted by the protein were mostly unknown. An analysis reveals thousands of possible targets. See Article p.382

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Jayaseelan, S., Tenenbaum, S. Signalling pathways of fragile X syndrome. Nature 492, 359–360 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature11764

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