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Discovering how genes interact to produce autism

Case Study Genetic Networks 14.09.2016


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By working in interdisciplinary teams, researchers are able to shape new frameworks of understanding. This case study shows how the Genetic Networks program provided a forum where researchers could explore new ways to analyze the genetic basis of autism, pointing the way for new diagnostics and treatment.

 

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