Study: Patients with autism have specific genetic mutations

06/9/2010 | Reuters

Researchers looked at the genes of 996 people with autism and 1,287 without the condition and found that patients appear to carry genetic changes that are unique to each person with autism. The findings indicate that "tiny genetic errors may occur during formation of the parents' eggs and sperm," said one of the researchers.

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