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Researchers outline method to create gene list for autism-linked genetic variants … multidisciplinary group autism researchers proposed new method for identifying whether certain gene changes are linked autism research study … allows know how certain gene changes impact person with autism ultimately helping develop tailored treatments that will support that person said thomas frazier phd autism speaks chief science officer and author the paper after evaluating this … with autism diagnosis providers will better able offer autistic children and adults more personalized health care and supports … researchers outline method create gene list for autismlinked genetic variants …
Identical twins with autism differ significantly in severity of social traits… and how they are shaped our environment also confirms what know about the importance getting intervention early possible support development said autism speaks chief science officer thomas frazier repeating this study with larger groups may help understand those environmental factors where might able best support optimal development for young children risk for autism using genetic data and clinical information researchers …
Spotlight on the Gut Bacteria-Brain Connection in Autism… interest this field was reflected presentations neuroscience 2013 this week the idea gutbrain connection isnt new its supported large body research showing continuous communication between the bacteria that inhabit the digestive tract and the … brain development gut bacteria propionic acid and autism for more than decade derrick macfabe and his autism research group western ontario university have been investigating how certain antibioticresistant gut bacteria may interfere with … they showed many autismlike changes brain development well evidence intestinal inflammation though preliminary the findings support macfabes theory that the production propionic acid and related fatty acids antibioticresistant gut bacteria can …
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