Washington: Scientists claim to have identified 33 genes linked to autism and related disorders, a finding which may pave the way for better treatments for the medical condition. "By sequencing the genomes of a group of children with neurodevelopmental abnormalities, including autism, who were also known to have abnormal chromosomes, we identified the precise points where the DNA strands are disrupted and segments exchanged within or between chromosomes.
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