Largest-ever autism genome study finds most siblings have different autism-risk genes

26 enero 2015

The largest-ever autism genome study reveals that the disorder’s genetic underpinnings are more complex than previously thought: Most siblings who have autism have different autism-linked genes. The study’s data is part of the historic first upload of approximately 1,000 autism genomes to the Autism Speaks MSSNG portal in Google Cloud Platform. The data will be openly available for global research in order to speed understanding of autism and the development of individualized treatments.
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