The National Fragile X Foundation | Finding a Cure

News, events, education, and stories from the families we serve in our mission to provide unwavering support for every family affected by Fragile X.

Association X fragile Belgique asbl | Ensemble pour aller

Bienvenue sur le site de l’Association X fragile Belgique asbl (AXFB asbl) ! L’association X fragile Belgique asbl regroupe toutes les personnes – mutées ou prémutées, parents, frères, soeurs, famille, amis, professionnels de la santé – concernées de près ou de loin par le syndrome X-fragile. Ce syndrome est la première cause de déficience intellectuelle d’origine héréditaire.

An educational site for Fragile X

This is an educational website sponsored by Asuragen and not funded by or hosted for any advertising source.

Fragile X Association of Australia

Fragile X Association of Australia is a member-based organisation and registered charity providing support to people living with Fragile X and their families.

What is Fragile X syndrome? | Fragile X Association of

What is Fragile X syndrome? Fragile X Syndrome is a genetic condition causing intellectual disability, behavioural and learning challenges and various physical characteristics.

Fragile X Society

Providing Information and Support to Individuals, Families, Professionals and Researchers for all matters related to Fragile X Syndrome, FXTAS & FXPOI

16th NFXF International Fragile X Conference Videos

Sign-up here to watch all 22 sessions presented in the main room, including keynotes, industry updates, and presentations on treatments, medications, and more. This content is …

What is Fragile X Syndrome? • Fragile X Research – FRAXA

Fragile X syndrome is a rare or orphan disease which affects 1 in 4000 males and 1 in 6000 females. It occurs when a single gene, FMR1, on the long arm of the X chromosome, shuts down and fails to produce a protein, FMRP, which is vital for normal brain development.

Fragile X syndrome – Genetics Home Reference – NIH

Fragile X syndrome is a genetic condition that causes a range of developmental problems including learning disabilities and cognitive impairment. Usually, males are more severely affected by this disorder than females. Affected individuals usually have delayed development of speech and language by age 2.

Fragile X New Zealand – Home

Welcome to the Fragile X New Zealand Website. Browse this site to learn more about Fragile X Syndrome, including diagnosis and testing, treatment and educational strategies.

Fragile X Society

Fragile X Syndrome can be detected via a simple blood test, yet it is often overlooked or misunderstood. Getting the right diagnosis is important and can mean access to the right support for the whole family.

Fragile X Syndrome: Click for Facts, Symptoms, and Treatment

Fragile X syndrome (also called Fragile X) is the most common inherited form of mental retardation.* It results from a change, or mutation, in a single gene, which can …

Fragile-X syndrome | chromosomal disorder |

Fragile-X syndrome, a chromosomal disorder associated with a fragile site on the end of the X chromosome.The major symptom of the syndrome is diminished mental ability, which may range from mild learning impairment to severe intellectual disability (or mental retardation).. The X chromosome is one of two sex chromosomes (the other being the Y chromosome).

Living with Fragile X syndrome

Living with Fragile X syndrome In this section you’ll find important information that is age based. It contains information about education, therapy (including speech therapy, physiotherapy, behaviour and occupational therapy) and other topics relevant to each stage of life for someone diagnosed with Fragile X syndrome.

Fragile X imaging study reveals differences in infant

Fragile X imaging study reveals differences in infant brains Date: April 4, 2018 Source: University of North Carolina Health Care Summary: For the first time, researchers have used MRIs to show

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