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DR. JUDY LIU & HER ASH1L RESEARCH TEAM

Dr. Judy Liu from Brown University introduces her ASH1L research team  and walks through her laboratory where all the research on ASH1L happens

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Dr. Judy Liu

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Dr. Sofia Lizarraga

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SPECIAL CREDIT NOTE: This video has been designed and compiled by Dr. Sofia Lizarraga and members of her laboratory at University of South Carolina. Care4ASH1L is very grateful to their contribution & would like to thank Dr. Sofia Lizarraga, Janay Vacharasin and Anna Bagnell for contributing to this video

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ASH1L

ASH1 like histone lysine methyltransferase (ASH1L) was identified as a major risk factor for autism. ASH1L is associated with intellectual disabilities, speech difficulties, seizures, postnatal microcephaly, scoliosis, feeding difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Hearing and Ophthalmological abnormalities, Sleep disorders, Behavioural Issues, Anxiety, Tourette Syndrome, Cryptorchidism, musculoskeletal abnormalities, Macrocephaly, Hypotonia, Hypermobility, Precocious puberty, Dysmorphic features and Cardiac issues   .