Study Links Autism Risk to Paternally Passed Down Genes

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Study Links Autism Risk to Paternally Passed Down Genes A new study probing so-called noncoding DNA has found that alterations in regions that regulate gene activity may also contribute to autism. And surprisingly, these variations tended to be inherited from fathers who aren’t autistic. While de novo protein-altering variants contribute to about a quarter of autism spectrum […]

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