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Smaller Groups, Bigger Effects

Smaller, More Homogenous Groups Yield Autism SNPs

By Anette Breindl


Monday, May 9, 2011
Like so many neurological disorders, autism clearly has a genetic component. But the details of those genetics have proven very hard to pin down, partly because – as, indeed, the name "autism spectrum disorder" makes obvious – individuals with a wide spectrum of symptoms ultimately funnel into a diagnosis of autism.

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