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Spectrum: Autism Research News

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Jane Lee

Freelance Writer, SFARI.org

Jane Lee is a freelance writer based in Washington, D.C.
September 2012

Diagnosis eludes many girls with autism, study says

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Girls are less likely to be diagnosed with autism than boys are, unless they also have intellectual or behavioral problems, according to a study published 26 June in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

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July 2012

Tuberous sclerosis gene loss triggers autism-like features

by  /  26 July 2012

Losing one or both copies of TSC1, one of the two genes responsible for tuberous sclerosis complex, in specific cells of the cerebellum can trigger several autism-like behaviors in mice, according to research published 1 July in Nature.

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