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John Marius Opitz - bibliography

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Biography

German-American human geneticist, born 1935.

Bibliography

  • J. M. Opitz, P. D. Pallister:
    Brief historical note: the concept of gonadal dysgenesis.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1979, 4: 333-343.
  • J.M. Opitz, D.D. Weaver:
    Editorial comment: The neurofibromatosis-Noonan syndrome.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1985, 21: 477-90.
    Watson's syndrome.
  • J. M. Opitz:
    The Noonan syndrome (editorial).
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1985, 21: 515-518.
  • H. M. M. Mendez, J. M. Opitz:
    Noonan syndrome: a review.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1985, 21: 493-506.
  • R. Rizzo, V. Pavone, G. Corsello, G. Sorge, G. Neri, J. M. Opitz:
    Autosomal dominant and sporadic radio-ulnar synostosis.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. January 20, 1997, 68(2): 127-134.
  • G. Sorge, L. Pavone, A. Polizzi, L. Mauceri, R. M. Leonardi, T. Tripi, J. M. Opitz:
    Another "new" form, the palagonia type of acrofacial dysostosis in a Sicilian family.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. April 14, 1997, 69(4): 388-394.
  • L. Pavone, G. Sorge, V. Pavone, R. Rizzo, M. Ruggieri, A. Polizzi, J. M. Opitz:
    Familial broad terminal phalanges with one individual showing additional anomalies. American Journal of Medical Genetics. August 22, 1997, 71(3): 271-274.
  • N. A. Quaderi, S. Schweiger, K. Gaudenz, B. Franco, E. I. Rugarli, W. Berger, G. J. Feldman, M. Volta, G. Andolfi, S. Gilgenkrantz, R. W. Marion, R. C. Hennekam, J. M. Opitz, M. Muenke, H. H. Ropers, A. Ballabio:
    Opitz G/BBB syndrome, a defect of midline development, is due to mutations in a new RING finger gene on Xp22.
    Nature Genetics. November 1997, 17(3): 285-291.
  • L. V. Beloussov, J. M. Opitz, S. F. Gilbert:
    Life of Alexander G. Gurwitsch and his relevant contribution to the theory of morphogenetic fields.
    International Journal of Developmental Biology. December 1997, 41(6): 771-777; comment 778-779.
  • M. Tsukahara, K. Fujisawa, K. Yamamoto, M Hasui, C. Saito, T. Yamamaka, A. Honda, M. Honda, G. S. Tint, G. Salen, J. M. Opitz:
    Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome in Japan.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. January 6, 1998, 75(1): 118-119.
  • Carranza, E. Gilbert-Barness, F. Madrigal, J. M. Opitz:
    Complete absence or deficiency of one half of the body.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. March 19, 1998, 76(3): 197-201.
  • M. L. Martinez-Frias, J. L. Frias, J. M. Opitz:
    Errors of morphogenesis and developmental field theory.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. April 1, 1998, 76(4): 291-296. Review.
  • Rauch, J. M. Opitz, D. Walker:
    Syndromal foramina parietalia permagna: "new" or FG syndrome? Comments on the paper by Chrzanowska et al [1998].
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. August 6, 1998, 78(5): 406-407.
  • K. Gaudenz, E. Roessler, N. Quaderi, B. Franco, G. Feldman, D. L. Gasser, B. Wittwer, J. Horst, E. Montini, J. M. Opitz, A. Ballabio, M. Muenke:
    Opitz G/BBB syndrome in Xp22: mutations in the MID1 gene cluster in the carboxy-terminal domain.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, September 1998, 63(3): 703-710.
  • J.M. Opitz, D. W. Weaver, J. F. Reynolds Jr. :
    The syndromes of Sotos and Weaver: reports and review.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, October 2, 1998, 79: 294-304. Review.
  • W. R. Osebold, A. K. Poznanski, J.M. Opitz, L. O. Langer Jr, K. W. Spranger, K. K. Unni:
    Previously undescribed syndrome of spondylometaphyseal dysplasia, osteocartilaginous metaplasia of long bones, and progressive osteolysis of distal phalanges.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. November 16, 1998, 80(3): 187-195.
  • A. Rauch, K. A. Feindt, K. A,. Feindt, C. O. Leonard, J. A. Thompson, R. O. Hoffman, D. J. Creel, J.M. Opitz:
    Previously apparently undescribed autosomal recessive MCA/MR syndrome with light fixation, retinal cone dystrophy, and seizures: the M syndrome.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. January 15 1999, 82(2): 194-198.
  • L. A. Bradley, G. E. Palomaki, G. J. Knight, J. E. Haddow, J.M. Opitz, M. Irons M, R. I. Kelley, G. S. Tint:
    Levels of unconjugated estriol and other maternal serum markers in pregnancies with Smith-Lemli-Opitz (RSH) syndrome fetuses. Review.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. February, 12, 1999, 82(4): 355-358.
  • J.M. Opitz:
    Appreciation: James V. Neel.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. March 19, 1999, 83(3): 149-151.
  • J. M. Opitz:
    The beginning of any great matter.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. March 26, 1999, 89(1): IV.
  • J. M. Opitz:
    RSH (so-called Smith-Lemli-Opitz) syndrome.
    Current Opinion in Pediatrics. August 1999, 11(4): 353-362. Review.
  • A.Bohring, M. Silengo, D. Lerone, D. W. Superneau, C. Spaich, S. R. Braddock, A. Poss, J. M. Opitz:
    Severe end of Opitz trigonocephaly (C) syndrome or new syndrome?
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. August 27, 1999, 85(5) :438-446. Review.
  • R. S. Wilroy, J.M. Opitz:
    Robert Layman Summitt, M.D. 1932-1998.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. October 29, 1999, 86(5): 403-404.
  • G. K. Hahm, R. F. Barth, G. M. Schauer, R. Reiss, J.M. Opitz:.
    Trisomy 2p syndrome: a fetus with anencephaly and postaxial polydactyly.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. November 5, 1999, 87(1): 45-48.
  • Bohring, S. O. Lewin, J.F. Reynolds, T. Voigtlander, O. Rittinger, J. C. Carey, M. Kopernik, R. Smith, E. H. Zackai, N. J. Leonard, H. L. Gritter, J. S. Bamforth, N Okun, D. R. McLeod, M. Super, P. Powell, S. Mundlos, R. C. Hennekam, I. M. van Langen, D. H. Viskochil, H. R. Wiedemann, J.M. Opitz:
    Polytopic anomalies with agenesis of the lower vertebral column.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. November 19, 1999, 87(2): 99-114. Review.
  • E. Magenis, M. J. Webb, B. Spears, J.M. Opitz:.
    Blaschkolinear malformation syndrome in complex trisomy-7 mosaicism.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. December 22, 1999, 87(5): 375-383.
  • J. M. Opitz.
    The days of our age: the American Journal of Medical Genetics in the next millenium.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. January 3, 2000, 90(1): 1-5.
  • A. Battaglia, J. C. Carey, D. H. Viskochil, P. Cederholm, J. M. Opitz:.
    Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome (WHS): a history in pictures.
    Clinical Dysmorphology. January 2000, 9(1): 25-30.
  • J. M. Opitz:.
    Behold the CHILD. American Journal of Medical Genetics. February 14, 2000, 90(4): 336-338.
  • J. M. Opitz:
    Heterogeneity and minor anomalies.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. April 10, 2000, 91(4): 254-255.
  • J. M. Opitz:
    Heterogeneity and minor anomalies.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. June 19, 2000, 92(5): 373-375.
  • E. Gilbert-Barness, M. M. Cohen Jr, J.M. Opitz:
    Multiple meningiomas, craniofacial hyperostosis and retinal abnormalities in Proteus syndrome.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics. July 31, 2000; 93(3): 234-240.
  • J. M. Opitz:
    Vision and insight in the search for gene mutations causing nonsyndromal mental deficiency. Neurology, Cleveland. August 8, 2000, 55(3): 328-330. Review.

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