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Study finds parallels between unresponsive honey bees, human autism

11:00 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Physorg.COM

Honey bees that consistently fail to respond to obvious social cues share something fundamental with autistic humans, researchers report in a new study. Genes most closely associated with autism spectrum disorders in humans are regulated differently in unresponsive honey bees than in their more responsive nest mates, the study found.

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