Detection of clinically relevant gene...

Detection of clinically relevant genetic variants in autism spectrum...

There are 6 comments on the CiteULike story from Mar 5, 2014, titled Detection of clinically relevant genetic variants in autism spectrum.... In it, CiteULike reports that:

American journal of human genetics , Vol. 93, No. 2. , pp. 249-263, doi:10.1016/j.ajhg.2013.06.012 Autism Spectrum Disorder demonstrates high heritability and familial clustering, yet the genetic causes remain only partially understood as a result of extensive clinical and genomic heterogeneity.

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Since: Jan 07

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#1 Mar 6, 2014
How could this study have been overlooked?? Just look at how many authors there are! And best of all, it's easy to understand. It identifies high heritability within families.It wont be long now before vaccine conspiracy cause is a thing of the past.
ricDUhhawkins14

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Mar 6, 2014
Found in only 6 of 32 families studied. So its rubbish
ric99

Boston, UK

#3 Mar 6, 2014
Oh dear, the Winnipeg dummy either hasn't read the study, or he is too stupid to understand it.

What about the X-linked or autosomal inherited alterations? He didn't read that far into the study. Were the big words too difficult for him to understand?

Since: Jan 07

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#4 Mar 6, 2014
All the more better it was 32, hello. Hard to believe that's what he chose to pick on! It'd be far easier to locate those genes if there were a zillion families. Far more difficult in 32. But guess what, inherited affects 32 families just as easily as a zillion! I guess that was far too difficult for him to understand, or he never would had made such a foolish statement!
ricDUH99

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Mar 6, 2014
ric99 wrote:
Oh dear, the Winnipeg dummy either hasn't read the study, or he is too stupid to understand it.
What about the X-linked or autosomal inherited alterations? He didn't read that far into the study. Were the big words too difficult for him to understand?
Imbecile. 6 of 32 shows there's no basis for the study's conclusion. I guess that's too complex fro a 14 year old
ricDUH99

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Mar 6, 2014
friend wrote:
All the more better it was 32, hello. Hard to believe that's what he chose to pick on! It'd be far easier to locate those genes if there were a zillion families. Far more difficult in 32. But guess what, inherited affects 32 families just as easily as a zillion! I guess that was far too difficult for him to understand, or he never would had made such a foolish statement!
yea more better...buh wah ha ha

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