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Figure 1. From: Replication of Autism Linkage: Fine-Mapping Peak at 17q21.

MLS for a whole-genome scan, by chromosome, of 109 autistic sibling pairs in 91 families in AGRE_2. Those regions showing an MLS >1.0 have been identified with the name of the marker nearest the peak.

Rita M. Cantor, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2005 June;76(6):1050-1056.
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Figure 2. From: Replication of Autism Linkage: Fine-Mapping Peak at 17q21.

Chromosome 17 linkage-analysis MLSs of 109 autistic sibling pairs from AGRE_2 (gray line). MLSs obtained by stratifying the sibships into those with no autistic females are indicated by a black line. MLSs from sibships with at least one autistic female are indicated by a dashed line. The additional gray dashed peak represents the location and MLS plot from the analysis of AGRE_1 sibships with no affected females. The peak marker is in boldface type.

Rita M. Cantor, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2005 June;76(6):1050-1056.
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Figure 3. From: Replication of Autism Linkage: Fine-Mapping Peak at 17q21.

Chromosome 17q fine-mapping linkage-analysis MLSs of 220 autistic sibling pairs with no affected females from AGRE_1 and AGRE_2 separately (black and gray dashed lines, respectively) and combined (solid black line). Markers and their distances from the p telomere (in parentheses) appear on the horizontal axis.

Rita M. Cantor, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2005 June;76(6):1050-1056.

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