Study: Autism Has Strong Genetic Link in Mice

Apr 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: US News & World Report

"People are now calling autism what used to be considered intellectual disability," says the study's author.

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Oh my, a mouse study but showing very different results and is all over the media.
"was able to pinpoint several places on the mouse genome that may be linked to autistic behavior." and "some of the same places on the genome correspond with human genes."
It's a pretty long study, some may not understand it ot it's tables. Chromosomes 4, 6, and 12 were also identified
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friend wrote:
Oh my, a mouse study but showing very different results and is all over the media.
"was able to pinpoint several places on the mouse genome that may be linked to autistic behavior." and "some of the same places on the genome correspond with human genes."
It's a pretty long study, some may not understand it ot it's tables. Chromosomes 4, 6, and 12 were also identified
If an idiot like you understands it must be mickey mouse. Its more hypothetical garbage, your favorite.

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