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      • Honours Essay/Dissertation (B.A.) -- Laurentian University, 2007.Bibliogr.1

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        Paginationxvi, 96 p. :
        Number of Pages81
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Neurologist John Hughes from the Department of Neurology, University of Illinois School of Medicine and psychiatrist E. In his review of the scientific literature, David Horrobin [84], one of the world experts in EFA metabolism, has identified the chromosomes and some of the locations of genes for ADHD, dyslexia and verbal dyspraxia apraxia and he and his colleague Crispin Bennet have linked some of these locations with specific enzymes.

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