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    • Human cognitive ability is influenced by genetic variation in components of postsynaptic signalling complexes assembled by NMDA receptors and MAGUK proteins 

      Hill, Wayne David; Davies, Gail; Van De Lagemaat, Louie N.; Christoforou, Andrea; Marioni, Riccardo R.; Duarte Fernandes, Carla; Liewald, David Cherry; Croning, Mike D.R.; Payton, Anthony; Craig, Leone C.A.; Whalley, Lawrence J.; Horan, Michael; Ollier, William E.R.; Hansell, Narelle K.; Wright, Margaret J.; Martin, Nicholas G.; Montgomery, Grant W.; Steen, Vidar Martin; Le Hellard, Stephanie; Espeseth, Thomas; Lundervold, Astri; Reinvang, Ivar; Starr, John M.; Pendleton, Neil; Grant, Seth G.N.; Bates, Timothy C.; Deary, Ian John (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
      Differences in general cognitive ability (intelligence) account for approximately half of the variation in any large battery of cognitive tests and are predictive of important life events including health. Genome-wide ...
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    • Implication of the APP gene in intellectual abilities 

      Myrum, Craig; Nikolaienko, Oleksii; Bramham, Clive R.; Haavik, Jan; Zayats, Tetyana (IOS Press, 2017)
      Background: Cognitive functions are highly heritable and polygenic, though the source of this genetic influence is unclear. On the neurobiological level, these functions rely on effective neuroplasticity, in which the ...
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