Insight into learning via ‘friend of fragile X’ gene

Fragile X syndrome, caused by a disruption of the gene FMR1, is the most common inherited form of intellectual disability. Scientists have revealed new aspects of the function of FMR1 and a ‘friend’ — called ZC3H14 in humans/mice and dNab2 in flies.

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