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Reversing autism ‘at the flick of a switch’ by tweaking genetic activity in mice – Daily Mail

Wednesday, 24 February, 2016

Reversing autism ‘at the flick of a switch’ by tweaking genetic activity in mice – Daily Mail

Autism is a complex spectrum of disorders caused by numerous underlying factors. But around one per cent of cases are caused by a missing gene called Shank3. Neuroscientists report that by switching on this single gene they were able to reverse changes ...

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