Researchers use genome sequencing to identify autism markers

07/11/2013 | National Post (Canada)

Canadian researchers have identified four new genes and eight possible genes linked to the development of autism in the first published study on sequencing the entire genome of children with the disorder. Scientists studied the genes of 32 children with autism and their family members.

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