Whole Genome Sequencing Has Potential...

Whole Genome Sequencing Has Potential To Transform Medical Care In Autism

There are 25 comments on the Medical News Today story from Jul 15, 2013, titled Whole Genome Sequencing Has Potential To Transform Medical Care In Autism. In it, Medical News Today reports that:

An international consortium, consisting of Autism Speaks, Duke University School of Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children of Toronto, BGI and other institutes, has investigated the genetic variants in 32 families with Autism Spectrum Disorder .

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#1 Jul 15, 2013
"The results show that whole genome sequencing and analysis promise great value to identify de novo or rare inherited mutations that give rise to autism in ASD groups."
"The study shows that the proportions of deleterious de novo mutations and X-linked or autosomal inherited alterations are higher than the previous reports with 19% and 31%".
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#2 Jul 15, 2013
we have heard of these genetics variations dog barks for years but there has never been a bite.

Let the dog bark...thats just that a bark.

They should sequence the genes after vaccination and see how much damage results of that. Till then stay safe and think twice before shoving the unsafe products into your veins
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#3 Jul 15, 2013
Clearly, Brossard Ray knows nothing about genetics, otherwise he wouldn't talk such rubbish.

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#4 Jul 15, 2013
Oh yes, all we've been hearing about IS genetics for the last 5 years, anti vaxxers just ignore it.
Better read up, you're missing out on science.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#7 Jul 15, 2013
friend wrote:
Oh yes, all we've been hearing about IS genetics for the last 5 years, anti vaxxers just ignore it.
Better read up, you're missing out on science.
Thats just it...we have heard of for past 15 years with zero result. You said it yourself.
Ray

Brossard, Canada

#8 Jul 15, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Clearly, Brossard Ray knows nothing about genetics, otherwise he wouldn't talk such rubbish.
Keep the vaccines in England...we dont want them here in Canada. we want our children to grow healthy and safe from all the sudden diseases that have been generated since mass vaccination campaign
AFRAID OF JENNY WHY

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Jul 20, 2013
friend wrote:
"The results show that whole genome sequencing and analysis promise great value to identify de novo or rare inherited mutations that give rise to autism in ASD groups."
"The study shows that the proportions of deleterious de novo mutations and X-linked or autosomal inherited alterations are higher than the previous reports with 19% and 31%".
Leaving roughly 70-80 percent NOT inherited. What a hoot when people think the small numbers are the important ones. Nuff said.

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#11 Jul 20, 2013
That whole genome sequencing has just started. A recent study identified 50 percent in four previously unrecognized genes.
friend says DUH

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Jul 20, 2013
friend wrote:
That whole genome sequencing has just started. A recent study identified 50 percent in four previously unrecognized genes.
WRONG. Try repeating what was actually said, not whart you think or want it to say.

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#14 Jul 20, 2013
Copied right from the scientist. The only one wishful thinking would be those from Canada.
friend says DUH

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Jul 20, 2013
friend wrote:
Copied right from the scientist. The only one wishful thinking would be those from Canada.
Read the title "POTENTIAL" that means hypothetical, not proven. Get a dictionary and USE IT.

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#16 Jul 20, 2013
friend wrote:
"The results show that whole genome sequencing and analysis promise great value to identify de novo or rare inherited mutations that give rise to autism in ASD groups."
"The study shows that the proportions of deleterious de novo mutations and X-linked or autosomal inherited alterations are higher than the previous reports with 19% and 31%".
Interesting stuff

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#17 Jul 20, 2013
That's right, "Whole Genome Sequencing Has Potential To Transform Medical Care In Autism". The sequencing has just started, and the potential is referring to medical care.
You're the one who needs a dictionary. Potential means possibility, not hypothetical or not proven BAWAHAHAHHAHA!
DOCTORS R DEALERS PUSHERS

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Jul 21, 2013
El moro wrote:
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Interesting stuff
Just don't take anything from friend as truthful or meaning full, unless it full of bull
DOCTORS R DEALERS PUSHERS

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Jul 21, 2013
friend wrote:
That's right, "Whole Genome Sequencing Has Potential To Transform Medical Care In Autism". The sequencing has just started, and the potential is referring to medical care.
You're the one who needs a dictionary. Potential means possibility, not hypothetical or not proven BAWAHAHAHHAHA!
WOW you can repeat what was said by the writer, the one promoting some hypothetical research. I call that a DUH MOMENT.

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#20 Jul 22, 2013
Looks like the genome project is back firing on anti vaxxers who don't understand science and biology.
AFRAID OF JENNY

Winnipeg, Canada

#21 Jul 23, 2013
friend wrote:
Looks like the genome project is back firing on anti vaxxers who don't understand science and biology.
Another useless opinion not supported by evidence, another DUH MOMENT from friend of PHARMA.

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#22 Jul 23, 2013
Funny. Grasping to hang on, are ya? This article alone supports it, hello.
AFRAID OF JENNY

Winnipeg, Canada

#23 Jul 23, 2013
friend wrote:
Funny. Grasping to hang on, are ya? This article alone supports it, hello.
BUH WAH HA HA its supports zero. Potential to transform, that means so far its hypothetical. DUFUS alert friend of Pharma is in da house

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#24 Jul 23, 2013
The only 'dufus' is you, the potential is only related to the medical care that comes from the actual true findings of the genes, you know, a recent study identified 50 percent in four previously unrecognized genes?? Now, there is a possibility that the potential of medical care will never transpire with the findings of the genes. Time will only tell on that, but there's not ignoring the fact that the genes they have found is a real fact. One day you'll be able to test your own child to see if he carries the genes.

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