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Missing Gene Leads to Sleeplessness in Autism

News   Apr 30, 2019 | Original story from Washington State University

 
Missing Gene Leads to Sleeplessness in Autism

Neuroscientists Hannah Schoch (front) and Ashley Ingiosi investigate the genetic basis of sleep problems in autism in the Peixoto laboratory at WSU Health Sciences Spokane. Credit: Cori Kogan, Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane

 
 
 

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