Study backs testing method for finding gene variants related to autism

03/15/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A study in the journal Pediatrics said chromosomal microarray analysis -- or CMA -- was three times better at finding genetic variants related to autism disorders than two tests already in use. Researchers said they hope the evidence is enough to convince insurance companies to cover the diagnostic procedure.

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