We could soon use DNA to predict schizophrenia, autism
Scientists at Osaka University have discovered a potential marker within our DNA that could be used to predict complex diseases such as schizophrenia and even autism.
Currently, predicting these two diseases in asymptomatic patients is almost impossible.
However the team at Osaka decided to look for what would essentially be a needle in a haystack, a small genetic mutation that could be associated with both.
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- 1st September 2017
- Huffington Post