Researchers Link Molecular Network to Autism Spectrum Disorders | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have identified a molecular network linked to autism spectrum disorders, as they reported in Molecular Systems Biology today.

By studying the human protein interactome and known candidate genes for autism, the researchers homed in on a protein interaction module that is commonly mutated in people with the disorder.

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