Having A Child With Autism Linked To Genetic Variant And Autoantibodies: Finding May Lead To Screening Test

Published October 20, 2011 in Medical News Today

A study by researchers at UC Davis has found that pregnant women with a particular gene variation are more likely to produce autoantibodies to the brains of their developing fetuses and that the children of these mothers are at greater risk of later being diagnosed with autism.

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