Relationships between age and epi-genotype of the FMR1 exon 1/intron 1 boundary are consistent with non-random X-chromosome inactivation in FM individuals, with the selection for the unmethylated state being most significant between birth and puberty

David E. Godler, Yoshimi Inaba, Elva Z. Shi, Cindy Skinner, Quang M. Bui, David Francis, David J. Amor, John L. Hopper, Danuta Z. Loesch, Randi J Hagerman, Charles E. Schwartz, Howard R. Slater

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