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Gene Repair Improves Memory, Seizures in Adult Autism Model

12:30 EDT 30 Apr 2019 | Laboratory Equipment

A new study challenges the presumption that people born with severe autism will benefit from medical interventions only if treated during early childhood.
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Scripps Research Institute

Original Article: Gene Repair Improves Memory, Seizures in Adult Autism Model

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