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The researchers think they have identified the genes responsible for dyslexia, a condition that makes reading or spelling difficult for millions of people.

Des scientifiques du Max Planck Institute of Psycholinguistics, du QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute en Australia, de la société étude génétique sur la dyslexie à ce jour et ont recently publié leurs résultats dans la revue Nature. Genetics.

L’étude a trouvé 42 genes significatifs tout en analysant la relation entre des millions de variants génétiques et la dyslexie. The researchers have access to data from 50,000 adults suffering from dyslexia and around 1 million adults without the disease.

Some of the genes are major factors in language retardation and other critical reflection abilities that can play a role in the degradation of an individual’s school performance. More than 30% of the genetic variants discovered by scientists have been attributed to these cognitive difficulties, many of which are associated with essential functions for learning and developing skills.

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The scientists found 42 significant variants of dyslexia in the study.
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“Nos résultats montrent que les diférences génétiques courantes ont des effets très similaires chez les garçons et les filles, et qu’il existe un lien génétique entre la dyslexie et l’ambidextrie,” declared the auteur principal de l’étude, Michele Luciano , qui travaille à l’Université d’Édibourg pour l’École de Philosophie, Psihologie et sciences du langage.

“Our results suggest that dyslexia is genetically linked to performance in reading and spelling tests, reinforcing the importance of standardized tests to identify dyslexia,” added Luciano.

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Les gènes associés à la dyslexie seem to also affect people diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity, according to the study.

The participants of the Chinese language were also affected by genetic variants, which indicates that the process of reading and writing is not isolated in une seule langue.

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