Scientists find hundreds of gene variations linked to ADHD

06/25/2009 | Yahoo!

U.S. researchers have identified hundreds of gene mutations that appear more often in children with ADHD than those without the condition. The gene variations are known to play a role in development of the nervous system and "may eventually guide researchers to better targets in designing early intervention for children with ADHD," the study's author said.

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