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The Hidden Complexity Underlying a Common Cause of Autism

News   Jun 29, 2018 | Original Press Releasefrom Penn State University

 
The Hidden Complexity Underlying a Common Cause of Autism

Complex interactions responsible for a common cause of autism. Illustration of the network of interactions among the fly counterparts of human genes located in a deletion on chromosome 16 associated with autism risk. Also shown are interactions of the fly genes mapped to a larger genetic interaction network in the human brain. Credit: Girirajan Laboratory, Penn State

 
 
 

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