Welcome - FOXP1 Community

What is FOXP1 ?

FOXP1 (forkhead box P1) is a gene located on chromosome 3 that everybody carries and is important for the normal functioning of the body. The FOXP1 gene is translated (transcribed) into FOXP1-RNA and then into the FOXP1-protein which carries out the normal body functions of the gene. The FOXP1 gene is a member of a family of transcription factors that control the levels of proteins important for normal development of the embryo before birth and the immune and neurological systems after birth. 

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What is wrong with me?

by ElinFiona published 1 day ago
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Have you ever felt a vacuum moving through your arms and legs, like your inner skin are ripped off? This happened to me January 2016. It was extrem...

Our 10.5 months old son was diagnosed with FOXP1 mutation

by heather-itz published 9 days ago
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Our son, Eythan, is 10.5 months old suffers from general developmental delay. Last week we received the whole-exom sequencing results that indicate...

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