Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Late-breaking mutations may play an important role in autism - Science Daily


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Late-breaking mutations may play an important role in autism
Science Daily
A study of nearly 6,000 families, combining three genetic sequencing technologies, finds that mutations that occur after conception play an important role in autism. A team led by investigators at Boston Children's Hospital and the Broad Institute of ...
Late in the Game | HMSHarvard Medical School (registration)

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