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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by mngirl29 published 3 months ago

Lily's birth was fairly uneventful, other than being a C-section (due to me having previous c-section). However, from the beginning, she had signs...

Recently diagnosed

by Kcottrell07 published 4 months ago
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Our now 5 year old son was recently diagnosed with a FOXP1 mutation and UPF3B mutation. He came to our family through foster care at 4 months old. ...

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