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1995Overlapping submicroscopic deletions in Xq28 causing developmental disorders in two unrelated boysGedeon, A.; Keinanen, M.; Ades, L.; Kaarianen, H.; Gecz, J.; Baker, E.; Sutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1996Regional localisation of two non-specific X-linked mental retardation genes (MRX 30 and MRX 31)Donnelly, A.; Partington, M.; Ryan, A.; Mulley, J.
1997Short report on DNA marker at candidate locus. SSCP variants within the a4 subunit of the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor genePhillips, H.; Mulley, J.
1998Autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal-lobe epilepsy: genetic heterogeneity and evidence for a second locus at 15q24Phillips, H.; Scheffer, I.; Crossland, K.; Bhatia, K.; Fish, D.; Marsden, C.; Howell, S.; Stephenson, J.; Tolmie, J.; Plazzi, G.; Eeg-Olofsson, O.; Singh, R.; Lopes-Cendes, I.; Andermann, E.; Berkovic, S.; Mulley, J.
1996Refinement of the background genetic map of Xq26-q27 and gene localisation for Borjeson-Forssman-Lehmann syndromeGedeon, A.; Kozman, H.; Robinson, H.; Pilia, G.; Schlessinger, D.; Turner, G.; Mulley, J.
1996Fragile X Syndrome and other X-linked Causes of Mental HandicapSutherland, G.; Mulley, J.
1995X linked fatal infantile cardiomyopathy maps to Xq28 and is possibly allelic to Barth syndromeGedeon, A.; Wilson, M.; Colley, A.; Sillence, D.; Mulley, J.
1996Genetic localisation of MRX27 to Xq24-26 defines another discrete gene for non-specific X-linked mental retardationGedeon, A.; Glass, I.; Connor, J.; Mulley, J.
1998Polymorphic variants within the homeobox gene MSX1: a candidate gene for developmental disorders.Hollway, G.; Mulley, J.
1996The first gene for an idiopathic epilepsy: A fruitful collaboration of Australian Clinical Research and Molecular GeneticsBerkovic, S.; Mulley, J.