Mental Retardation Sequencing Study Points to Role of Rare De Novo Mutations in Some Common Diseases

While the findings could have implications for other common diseases, in particular neurological disorders such as autism or schizophrenia, several scientists say it is unlikely that rare mutations play an equally large role in common diseases with late onset, where natural selection has had a different effect.

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