The Effects of Forkhead Box P2 Gene on Language Functional Articulation Disorder
DOI : 10.3844/ajbbsp.2013.453.458
American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Volume 9, Issue 4
This study mainly concentrates on the discussion of the relationship between FOXP2 gene and language functional articulation disorder. The children of functional articulation disorder are selected, the normal healthy subjects in the corresponding period served as the controls, by contrasting with five polymorphic sites in FOXP2 gene to have a correlative study on human genes and language acquisition with the language barriers as main characteristics, in order to further prove the significance of FOXP2 gene in cultivating language and speech.
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