Data from: FOXP2 exhibits neuron class specific expression, but is not required for multiple aspects of cortical histogenesis

Ryan J. Kast, Alexandra L. Lanjewar, Colton D. Smith & Pat Levitt
The expression patterns of the transcription factor FOXP2 in the developing mammalian forebrain have been described, and some studies have tested the role of this protein in the development and function of specific forebrain circuits by diverse methods and in multiple species. Clinically, mutations in FOXP2 are associated with severe developmental speech disturbances, and molecular studies indicate that impairment of Foxp2 may lead to dysregulation of genes involved in forebrain histogenesis. Here, anatomical and molecular...
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