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Scientists discover how mutations in a language gene produce speech deficits
Researchers find mutations of the Foxp2 gene disrupt the formation of synapses in the brain’s striatum, which plays important roles in the control of movement, in mice. A new study sheds light on how Foxp2 controls speech production.