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Czech-American human geniticist. Madison, Wisconsin.

Bibliography

  • A. Preis, R. Laxova, J. Rovensky:
    [Dynamics of sweating reactions in rheumatic patients].
    Ceskoslovenska Dermatologie, October 1962, 37: 307-112. Czech.
  • J. Kamaryt, R. Laxova:
    Amylase heterogeneity. Some genetik and clinical aspects.
    Humangenetik, Berlin, 1965, 1 (7): 579-586.
  • J. Kamaryt, R. Laxova:
    Amylase heterogeneity in man. Humangenetik, Berlin 1966, 3 (1): 41-55.
  • D. Soudek, R. Laxova, R. Adamek:
    Pericentric inversion in a family with a 21/22 translocation.
    Cytogenetics, Basel 1968, 7 (2): 108-117.
  • Z. Brunecky, R. Laxova, A. Mrskos, M. Zahalkova:
    [The genetic situation in the South Moravian region].
    Ceskoslovenska Pediatrie, Prague, January 1968, 23 (1): 72-74. Czech.
  • Z. Brunecky, R. Laxova, J. Kamaryt:
    [Mucoviscidosis in childhood]
    Pädiatrie und Grenzgebiete, Berlin, 1969, 8 (2): 99-107. German.
  • D. Soudek, Z. Brunecky, R. Laxova:
    case of translocation D--,t(1p+). Humangenetik, Berlin. 1969, 7 (1):5-8.
  • J. Kamaryt, Z. Brunecky, R. Laxova:
    [Amylasemia, heterogeneity of serum amylase and activity of the sweat amylolytic enzyme in members of families afflicted with mucoviscidosis]
    Ceskoslovenska Pediatrie, Prague, February 1970, 25 (2): 78-81. Czech.
  • R. Laxova, J. Kamaryt, M. Zahalkova:
    [Activity values of serum isoamylases in monozygotic and dizygotic twins]
    Ceskoslovenska Pediatrie, Prague, February 1970, 25 (2):82-85. Czech.
  • R. Laxova, J. Kamaryt:
    Amylase heterogeneity in patients with Down's syndrome.
    J Ment Defic Res. 1970 Sep;14(3):250-3.
    Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, Oxford : Blackwell Scientific Publications
  • R. Laxova, J. A. McKeown, P. Saldana, J. A. Timothy:
    A case of XYY Down's syndrome confirmed by autoradiography.
    Journal of Medical Genetics, London, June 1971, 8 (2): 215-219.
  • R. Laxova, P. T. Ohara, J. A. Timothy:
    A further example of a lethal autosomal recessive condition in sibs.
    Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, Oxford, June 1972, 16 (2):139-143.
  • R. Laxova:
    Antenatal development of amylase isoenzymes.
    urnal of Medical Genetics, London, September 1972, 9 (3):321-323.
  • R. Laxova, P. T. Ohara, M. A. Ridler, J. A. Timothy:
    Family with probable achondrogenesis and lipid inclusions in fibroblasts.
    Archives of Disease in Childhood, London, March 1973, 48 (3):212-216.
  • R. Laxova, S. Gilderdale, M. A. Ridler:
    An aetiological study of fifty-three female patients from a subnormality hospital and of their offspring.
    Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, Oxford, September-December 1973, 17 (3): 193-225.
  • R. Laxova, B. V. Lewis, M. Suddaby:
    A clinical service for prenatal diagnosis.
    The Lancet, London, November 1975. 15, 2 (7942): 964-766.
  • R. Laxova, B. V. Lewis, M. Suddaby:
    Letter: Amniocentesis for prenatal diagnosis.
    The Lancet, April 3, 1976, 1 (7962):746.
  • R. Laxova:
    Prenatal diagnosis...the right to request or reject.
    Wisconsin Medical Journal, July 1976, 75 (7): 59-60.
  • R. Laxova, M. A. Ridler, M. Bowen-Bravery:
    An etiological survey of the severely retarded Hertfordshire children who were born between January 1, 1965 and December 31, 1967.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1977, 1 (1): 75-86.
  • M. A. Ridler, R. Laxova, K. Dewhurst, P. Saldana-Garcia:
    A family with syndactyly type II (synpolydactyly).
    Clinical Genetics, Copenhagen, October 1977, 12 (4): 213-220.
  • J. M. Opitz, R. Laxova, J. Herrmann:
    Intrauterine amputations after amniocentesis.
    The Lancet, April 1, 1978, 1 (8066): 716.
  • R. Laxova:
    Prenatal diagnosis of genetic defects.
    Postgraduate Medicine, Minneapolis, March 1979, 65 (3): 247-252.
  • R. Laxova:
    Prenatal diagnosis of genetic diseases.
    Comprehensive Therapy, Harvard, December 1980, 6 (12): 66-76.
  • S. M. Schwartz, C. Viseskul, R. Laxova, E. W. McPherson, E. F. Gilbert:
    Idiopathic hydrops fetalis report of 4 patients including 2 affected sibs.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1981, 8 (1): 59-66.
  • P. W. Brill, D. R. Yandow, L. O. Langer, A. L. Breed, R. Laxova, E. F. Gilbert:
    Congenital generalized fibromatosis. Case report and literature review.
    Pediatric Radiology, Berlin, 1982, 12 (6): 269-278.
  • G. A. Tuffli, R. Laxova:
    Brief clinical report: new, autosomal dominant form of ectodermal dysplasia.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, Februar 1983, 14 (2):381-384.
  • H. Uno, S. Arya, R. Laxova, E. F. Gilbert:
    Menkes' syndrome with vascular and adrenergic nerve abnormalities.
    Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Chicago, June 1983, 107 (6):286-289.
  • R. M. Lebovitz, R. M. Pauli, R. Laxova:
    Delayed diagnosis in congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Need for newborn screening.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, June 1984, 138 (6): 571-573.
  • L. O. Langer Jr, N. Krassikoff, R. Laxova, M. Scheer-Williams, L. D. Lutter, R. J. Gorlin, C. G. Jennings, D. W. Day:
    The tricho-rhino-phalangeal syndrome with exostoses (or Langer-Giedion syndrome): four additional patients without mental retardation and review of the literature.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, September 1984, 19 (1):81-112.
  • R. Laxova, E. S. Brown, K. Hogan, K. Hecox, J. M. Opitz:
    An X-linked recessive basal ganglia disorder with mental retardation.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, August 1985, 21 (4):681-689.
  • R. A. Spritz, D. Mager, R. M. Pauli, R. Laxova:
    Normal dosage of the insulin and insulin-like growth factor II genes in patients with the Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome.
    The American Journal of Human Gentics, Chicago, August 1986, 39 (2): 265-273.
  • R. Laxova, L. E. Biesecker, R. O. Friday Jr, G. Snyder, R. W. Olson, N. Krassikoff, E. F. Gilbert:
    Management of the fetus with urinary tract dilatation.
    Birth Defects. Original Article Series, New York, 1987, 23 (1):385-399.
  • D. K. Grange, S. Arya, J. M. Opitz, R. Laxova, J. Herrmann, E. F. Gilbert:
    The short umbilical cord.
    Birth Defects. Original Article Series, New York,, 1987, 23 (1):191-214.
  • E. F. Gilbert, S. Arya, R. Laxova, J. M. Opitz:
    Pathology of chromosome abnormalities in the fetus--pathologic markers.
    Birth Defects. Original Article Series, New York, 1987, 23 (1): 293-306.
  • D. B. Joseph, D. T. Uehling, E. Gilbert, R. Laxova:
    Genitourinary abnormalities associated with the Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome.
    The Journal of Urology, Baltimore, April 1987, 137 (4): 719-721.
  • G. L. Skuta, T. D. France, T. S. Stevens, R. Laxova:
    Apparent Coats' disease and pericentric inversion of chromosome 3.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, New York, July 15, 1987, 104 (1): 84-86.
  • L. G. Biesecker, R. Laxova, A. Friedman:
    Renal insufficiency in Williams syndrome.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, September 1987, 28 (1): 131-135. Review.
  • W. B. Dobyns, R. A. Pagon, D. Armstrong, C. J. Curry, F. Greenberg, A. Grix, L. B. Holmes, R. Laxova, V. V. Michels, M. Robinow, et al:
    Diagnostic criteria for Walker-Warburg syndrome.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, February 1989, 32 (2): 195-210.
  • S. M. Chou, E. F. Gilbert, R. W. Chun, R. Laxova, G. A. Tuffli R. L. Sufit, N. Krassikot:
    Infantile olivopontocerebellar atrophy with spinal muscular atrophy (infantile OPCA + SMA).
    Clinical Neuropathology, München-Deisenhofen, January-February 1990, 9 (1): 21-32. Review.
  • E. M. Petty, R. Laxova, H-R. Wiedemann:
    Previously unrecognized congenital progeroid disorder.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, March 1990, 35 (3):383-387.
  • Amuzu, R. Laxova, S. S. Shapiro:
    Pregnancy outcome, health of children, and family adjustment after donor insemination.
    Obstetrics and Gynecology, New York, June 1990, 75 (6): 899-905.
  • E. Therman, R. Laxova, B. Susman:
    The critical region on the human Xq.
    Human Genetics, Berlin, October 1990, 85 (5):455-461. Review.
  • L. A. Barness, S. Chandra, P. Kling, R. Laxova, D. B. Allen, E. Gilbert-Barness:
    Progressive neurologic deterioration in a nine-year-old white male.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, December 1990, 37 (4):489-503.
  • R. G. Gregg, A. B. Metzenberg, K. Hogan, G. Sekhon, R. Laxova:
    Waisman syndrome, a human X-linked recessive basal ganglia disorder with mental retardation: localization to Xq27.3-qter.
    Genomics, San Diego, April 1991, 9 (4):701-706.
  • L. A. Barness, K. Henry, P. Kling, R. Laxova, M. Kaback, E. Gilbert-Barness:
    A 7-year old white-male boy with progressive neurological deterioration.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, September 1, 40 (3): 271-279.
  • G. Palmer, C. Cronk, S. M. Pueschel, K. E. Wisniewski, R. Laxova, A. C. Crocker, R. M. Pauli:
    Head circumference of children with Down syndrome (0-36 months).
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, January 1, 1992, 42 (1):61-67. Erratum in: same journal, July 1, 1992, 43 (4): 768.
  • S. J. Kirkpatrick, C. M. Kent, R. Laxova, G. S. Sekhon:
    Waardenburg syndrome type I in a child with deletion (2) (q35q36.2).
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, November 15, 1992, 44 (5): 699-700. Review.
  • D. Weaver, D. Baker, M. Theobald, F. Cohen, R. A. King, S. Krueger, R. Laxova, M. S. Lubinsky:
    Minimum guidelines for the delivery of clinical genetics services. The Evaluation of Clinical Services Subcommittee, Great Lakes Regional Genetics Group.
    The American Journal of Human Gentics, Chicago, July 1993, 53 (1): 287-289.
  • C. J. Ludowese, T. Marini, R. Laxova, R. M. Pauli:
    Evaluation of the effectiveness of a teratogen information service: a survey of patient and professional satisfaction. Teratology, New York, September 1993, 48 (3): 233-245.
  • R. Laxova:
    Fragile X syndrome. Advances in Pediatrics, 1994, 41: 305-342. Review.
  • S. T. Lee, R. D. Nicholls, S. Bundey, R. Laxova, M. Musarella, R. A. Spritz:
    Mutations of the P gene in oculocutaneous albinism, ocular albinism, and Prader-Willi syndrome plus albinism.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, February 24, 1994, 330 (8): 529-534.
  • J. M. Legare, G. S. Sekhon, R. Laxova:
    De novo translocation involving chromosomes 1 and 4 resulting in partial duplication of 4q and partial deletion of 1p.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, November 15, 1994, 53 (3):216-221. Review.
  • K. E. Hansen, S. J. Kirkpatrick, R. Laxova:
    Dubowitz syndrome: long-term follow-up of an original patient.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, January 16, 1995, 55 (2): 161-164.
  • L. G. Biesecker, R. Laxova:
    Management of fetal hydronephrosis.
    Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester, June 1995, 70 (6): 603-604.
  • R. Laxova:
    Fragile X screening: what is the real issue?
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, July 3, 1995, 57 (3): 508-509.
  • N. H. Robin, G. J. Feldman, A. L. Aronson, H. F. Mitchell, R. Weksberg, C. O. Leonard, B. K. Burton, K. D. Josephson, R. Laxova, K. A. Aleck, et al:
    Opitz syndrome is genetically heterogeneous, with one locus on Xp22, and a second locus on 22q11.2.
    Nature Genetics, New York, December 1995, 11 (4): 459-461.
  • Gilbert-Barnes, L. O. Langer Jr, J. M. Opitz, R. Laxova, C. Sotelo-Arila:
    Kniest dysplasia: radiologic, histopathological, and scanning electronmicroscopic findings.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, May 3, 1996, 63 (1): 34-45.
  • R. F. Jacoby, S. Schlack, G. Sekhon, R. Laxova:
    Del(10)(q22.3q24.1) associated with juvenile polyposis.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, June 27, 1997, 70 (4): 361-364.
  • R. Laxova:
    Lionel Sharples Penrose, 1898-1972: A personal memoir in celebration of the centenary of his birth. Genetics, December 1998, 150 (4): 1333-1340.
  • C. Schultz, L. O. Langer, R. Laxova, R. M. Pauli:
    Atelosteogenesis type III: long term survival, prenatal diagnosis, and evidence for dominant transmission.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, March 5, 1999, 83 (1):28-42.
  • R. Stettner, E. M. Hartenbach, J. C. Schink, R. Huddart, J. Becker, R. Pauli, R. Long, R. Laxova:
    Familial ovarian germ cell cancer: report and review.
    The American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, May 7, 1999, 84 (1):43-46.
  • R. Laxova:
    Testing for cancer susceptibility genes in children.
    Advances in Pediatrics, 1999, 46: 1-40. Review.
  • M. Hartenbach, J. M. Becker, E. A. Grosen, H. H. Bailey, D. G. Petereit, R. Laxova, J. C. Schink:
    Progress of a Comprehensive Familial Cancer Genetic Counseling Program in the Era of BRCA1 and BRCA2. Genetic Testing, Summer 2002, 6 (2): 75-78.
  • R. R. Selzer, D. S. Rosenblatt, R. Laxova, K. Hogan:
    Adverse effect of nitrous oxide in a child with 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase deficiency.
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, July 3, 2003, 349 (1): 45-50.
  • I. Kaye, R. Laxova, J. E. Livingston, M. A. Lloyd-Puryear, M. Mann, E. R. McCabe, B. L. Therrell:
    Integrating genetic services into public health--guidance for state and territorial programs from the National Newborn Screening and Genetics Resource Center (NNSGRC).
    Community Genetics, Basel, April 2002, 4 (3): 175-196.
  • Thiele, C. McCann, S. van't Padje, G. C. Schwabe, H. C. Hennies, G. Camera, J. Opitz, R. Laxova, S. Mundlos, P. Nurnberg:
    Acropectorovertebral dysgenesis (F syndrome) maps to chromosome 2q36.
    Journal of Medical Genetics, London, March 2004, 41 (3): 213-218.

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