More than 100 genes tied to autism acknowledged in new study

More than 100 genes associated with autism were identified in a “landmark study” that could help better understand what causes the disorder, researchers say.
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Now to the largest autism study of its kind tonight researchers led by mount Sinai identifying more than a hundred genes associated with autism. Researchers say this may help understand the cause and create new treatments. Much more a web site.

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