Genes for endosomal NHE6 and NHE9 are...

Genes for endosomal NHE6 and NHE9 are misregulated in autism brains

There are 25 comments on the Molecular Psychiatry story from Feb 21, 2014, titled Genes for endosomal NHE6 and NHE9 are misregulated in autism brains. In it, Molecular Psychiatry reports that:

Monogenic developmental brain disorders with autism features such as Rett syndrome, Angelman syndrome, Fragile X syndrome, and others provide important tractable models of relevance to severe autism.

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EPIGENTICS

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Feb 21, 2014
Just ad that these oblems with geneexpression ae likely a vaccine side effect.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#2 Feb 21, 2014
First the Winnipeg dummy insisted that autism was NOT caused by genetic factors. Now that an ever increasing number of scientific studies show beyond doubt that there is a strong link between genetic changes/mutations and autism, he insists that changes in gene expression are caused by vaccines, yet again without any evidence.
Sam

Vaudreuil, Canada

#3 Feb 21, 2014
The authors decare no conflict of interest.

As I write, probably they are high fiving GSK CEO...what is the idiots name...

VaCCINE CEO: Make SURE ITS NOT LINKED TO VACCINES, LEAD IT TOWARD GENES IF IT DOESNT WORK BLAMED IT ON WAKEFIELD

HAHAHA: ITS THE VACCINES NO DOUBT. NO GENES

Since: Jan 07

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#4 Feb 21, 2014
Anti vaxxers cant stand studies as such as these, and more importantly, the disorders the study listed like Fragile X and Christianson syndrome, they're both inherited. They all ready know vaccines had nothing to do with it, no matter how many times anti vaxxers repeat it does.
pric99

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Feb 21, 2014
ric99 wrote:
First the Winnipeg dummy insisted that autism was NOT caused by genetic factors. Now that an ever increasing number of scientific studies show beyond doubt that there is a strong link between genetic changes/mutations and autism, he insists that changes in gene expression are caused by vaccines, yet again without any evidence.
whatanIDIOT
pric99

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Feb 21, 2014
friend wrote:
Anti vaxxers cant stand studies as such as these, and more importantly, the disorders the study listed like Fragile X and Christianson syndrome, they're both inherited. They all ready know vaccines had nothing to do with it, no matter how many times anti vaxxers repeat it does.
whataMORONsky

Since: Jan 07

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#7 Feb 21, 2014
Amazing! And Predictable! More dazzlement, but nothing of value! Keep it up and keep up avoiding evidence!
PREVENT friendisms

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Feb 21, 2014
friend wrote:
Amazing! And Predictable! More dazzlement, but nothing of value! Keep it up and keep up avoiding evidence!
Has the provac Neanderthal gene.

Since: Jan 07

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#9 Feb 21, 2014
Thankfully for your sake, the listed above is inherited from the mother. If one day they find autism is inherited from the father, watch out. It's clear mothers can handle this far better than the fathers can. Winnipeg is an example of no coping skills.
sam

Vaudreuil, Canada

#10 Feb 22, 2014
friend wrote:
Anti vaxxers cant stand studies as such as these, and more importantly, the disorders the study listed like Fragile X and Christianson syndrome, they're both inherited. They all ready know vaccines had nothing to do with it, no matter how many times anti vaxxers repeat it does.
no study has ever explained autism is genetic. if so show me the % of autism caused by genes
i m sure its VACCINES nothing else vaxx pusher have the same usual pushy rant

Since: Jan 07

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#11 Feb 22, 2014
Want to bet. Any one who has been on Topix has seen the many studies, yet they deny there's any such studies. This study would be one of them. Hello. SHANK2/3, NLGN4X, NRXN1 and PTEN have all been posted studies on Topix.

And of any study, it would be an estimated percentage, until or unless every single person went and had genetic testing done. Of any site out there other than anti vaxxer rants, all state genetics plays a large role in autism.

In fact, there are no studies that explain autism is caused by vaccines. If so, show me the percentage.
Dont be such a provac

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Feb 22, 2014
friend wrote:
Want to bet. Any one who has been on Topix has seen the many studies, yet they deny there's any such studies. This study would be one of them. Hello. SHANK2/3, NLGN4X, NRXN1 and PTEN have all been posted studies on Topix.
And of any study, it would be an estimated percentage, until or unless every single person went and had genetic testing done. Of any site out there other than anti vaxxer rants, all state genetics plays a large role in autism.
In fact, there are no studies that explain autism is caused by vaccines. If so, show me the percentage.
Why post a huge stool sample instead of "DUH"?
ric99

Woodhall Spa, UK

#13 Feb 23, 2014
Clearly the Winnipeg dummy can't show any evidence, because there is none. Instead of admitting it, he resorts to his usual pathetic insults. He doesn't seem to understand that the more he indulges in such behaviour, the more he is showing people who read these threads just what a pathetic joke he is. Keep up the good work.
DUH IM ric99

Winnipeg, Canada

#14 Feb 23, 2014
ric99 wrote:
Clearly the Winnipeg dummy can't show any evidence, because there is none. Instead of admitting it, he resorts to his usual pathetic insults. He doesn't seem to understand that the more he indulges in such behaviour, the more he is showing people who read these threads just what a pathetic joke he is. Keep up the good work.
uk blah blah

Since: Jan 07

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#15 Feb 23, 2014
That's right, unfounded claim, name calling, name calling, more name calling and finally a childish one-liner. All 5 having nothing to do with the topic and having nothing of value to add to the topic. Unfortunately, those tactics wont erase the facts about genes or stop those from debunking him and his bogus make believe claims.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 Feb 23, 2014
friend wrote:
That's right, unfounded claim, name calling, name calling, more name calling and finally a childish one-liner. All 5 having nothing to do with the topic and having nothing of value to add to the topic. Unfortunately, those tactics wont erase the facts about genes or stop those from debunking him and his bogus make believe claims.
USA blah blah
Sam

Vaudreuil, Canada

#17 Feb 23, 2014
friend wrote:
Want to bet. Any one who has been on Topix has seen the many studies, yet they deny there's any such studies. This study would be one of them. Hello. SHANK2/3, NLGN4X, NRXN1 and PTEN have all been posted studies on Topix.
And of any study, it would be an estimated percentage, until or unless every single person went and had genetic testing done. Of any site out there other than anti vaxxer rants, all state genetics plays a large role in autism.
In fact, there are no studies that explain autism is caused by vaccines. If so, show me the percentage.
Vaxxpusher usual rant...

Combine all your studies and give us the % of autism causedvyall your genetic studies your arereferncing...itbe lessthan 10 %....meaning the other 90% genetic studies is in thegarbage.

So wecome back to theVACCINEScausing autism.

Since: Jan 07

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#18 Feb 23, 2014
There you go, making the claims, not me. So go ahead and provide what was already asked of you many times.
Welcome to you have no evidence of vaccine causing autism.
Vaccine Plopaganda

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Feb 23, 2014
ric99 wrote:
First the Winnipeg dummy insisted that autism was NOT caused by genetic factors. Now that an ever increasing number of scientific studies show beyond doubt that there is a strong link between genetic changes/mutations and autism, he insists that changes in gene expression are caused by vaccines, yet again without any evidence.
strong link between genetic change/mutation and autism. Yes dummy as in epigenetics as in spontaneous mutation caused by chemical agents. You just said it yourself 99%stupid. Thanks for the evidence that supports me. friend is debunked
Vaccine Plopaganda

Winnipeg, Canada

#20 Feb 23, 2014
friend wrote:
There you go, making the claims, not me. So go ahead and provide what was already asked of you many times.
Welcome to you have no evidence of vaccine causing autism.
proving it to you is way down the list of importance

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