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“Diagnostic distinctions and genetic analysis of patients diagnosed with Moebius 2 syndrome,” Sarah MacKinnon, MSc, OC(C), Darren T. Oystreck, MMedSci, OC(C), Caroline Andrews, MS4, Wai-Man Chan, MS4, David G. Hunter, MD, PhD, and Elizabeth C. Engle, MD. Ophthalmology.
“HOXB1 Founder Mutation in Humans Recapitulates the Phenotype of Hoxb1/ Mice” Bryn D. Webb, Sherin Shaaban, Harald Gaspar, Luis F. Cunha, Christian R. Schubert, Ke Hao, Caroline D. Robson, Wai-Man Chan, Caroline Andrews, Sarah MacKinnon, Darren T. Oystreck, David G. Hunter, Anthony J. Iacovelli, Xiaoqian Ye, Anne Camminady, Elizabeth C. Engle,* and Ethylin Wang Jabs. The American Journal of Human Genetics 91, 171–179, July 13, 2012.
Mirror Movements Identified in Patients with Moebius Syndrome Bryn D. Webb, Tamiesha Frempong, Thomas P. Naidich, Harald Gaspar, Ethylin Wang Jabs, Janet C. Rucker Case Reports July 22, 2014 Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements
Characterization of ocular motor deficits in congenital facial weakness: Moebius and related syndromes Janet C. Rucker,1,2 Bryn D. Webb,3,4 Tamiesha Frempong,2 Harald Gaspar,3,5 Thomas P. Naidich6,7 and Ethylin Wang Jabs. Brain 2014.
Bogart, K. R., Tickle-Degnen, L., & Joffe, M. (2012). Social interaction experiences of adults with Moebius syndrome: A focus group. Journal of Health Psychology, 17(8), 1212-1222
Bogart, K. R. (2014). “People are all about appearances”: A focus group of teenagers with Moebius Syndrome. Journal of Health Psychology
Bogart, K. R., Tickle-Degnen, L., & Ambady, N. (2014). Communicating without the face: Holistic perception of emotions of people with facial paralysis. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 36 (4), 309-320.
The Mystery of the Missing Smile, by Greg Miller, Science 11 May 2007: Vol. 316 no. 5826 pp. 826-827