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Scientists uncover trigger for most common form of intellectual disability and autism

There are 4 comments on the EurekAlert! story from Feb 27, 2014, titled Scientists uncover trigger for most common form of intellectual disability and autism. In it, EurekAlert! reports that:

A new study led by Weill Cornell Medical College scientists shows that the most common genetic form of mental retardation and autism occurs because of a mechanism that shuts off the gene associated with the disease.

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#1 Feb 27, 2014
scientists discovered that early on in fetal development, messenger RNA -- a template for protein production -- begins sticking itself onto the fragile X syndrome gene's DNA. This binding appears to gum up the gene, making it inactive and unable to produce a protein crucial to the transmission of signals between brain cells.
Until 11 weeks of gestation, the fragile X syndrome gene is active it produces its messenger RNA and protein normally. Then, all of a sudden it turns off, and stays off for the rest of the patient's lifetime, causing fragile X syndrome.

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SAM

Vaudreuil, Canada

#2 Feb 27, 2014
friend wrote:
scientists discovered that early on in fetal development, messenger RNA -- a template for protein production -- begins sticking itself onto the fragile X syndrome gene's DNA. This binding appears to gum up the gene, making it inactive and unable to produce a protein crucial to the transmission of signals between brain cells.
Until 11 weeks of gestation, the fragile X syndrome gene is active it produces its messenger RNA and protein normally. Then, all of a sudden it turns off, and stays off for the rest of the patient's lifetime, causing fragile X syndrome.
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For one group of distinct kids suffering from fragile X syndrome.

The other group of autism which is composed of 90% of population on spectrum, they go totheir doctors to get so toldprotection VACCINATION, after the shot and come home to the world of autism.
ANOTHER VACCINE COVERUP

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Feb 28, 2014
EPIGENETICS injury can occur at any time. This is another attempt to blame victims and claim its genetic/ inherited. This mechanism isn't new its be suggested in regard to vaccine injury, but no study of that will be done because the coverup is in full force.
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Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Mar 1, 2014
friend wrote:
scientists discovered that early on in fetal development, messenger RNA -- a template for protein production -- begins sticking itself onto the fragile X syndrome gene's DNA. This binding appears to gum up the gene, making it inactive and unable to produce a protein crucial to the transmission of signals between brain cells.
Until 11 weeks of gestation, the fragile X syndrome gene is active it produces its messenger RNA and protein normally. Then, all of a sudden it turns off, and stays off for the rest of the patient's lifetime, causing fragile X syndrome.
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