Autism begins in pregnancy

Autism begins in pregnancy, according to study: Cortical layers disrupted during brain development in autism

Researchers have published a study that gives clear and direct new evidence that autism begins during pregnancy. The researchers analyzed 25 genes in post-mortem brain tissue of children with and without autism. These included genes that serve as biomarkers for brain cell types in different layers of the cortex, genes implicated in autism and several control genes.
 

PUBLISHED ONLINE March 26, 2014 Science Daily 

SOURCE: University of California, San Diego Health Sciences

 

 

L'autisme commence pendant la grossesse, selon une étude:

Les couches corticales perturbées pendant le développement du cerveau 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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