Blood Test Could ID Young Males At Risk for Autism

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Blood Test Could ID Young Males At Risk for Autism
Blood Test Could ID Young Males At Risk for Autism
The recent identification of blood-based genomic biomarkers associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) could lead to the development of a clinical test in males as young as one to two years of age. In this proof-of-principle study of leukocyte RNA expression levels, blood samples were collected from 91 toddlers with ASD (ages one to four years of age) and a control group of 56 toddlers without ASD at the child's initial clinical intake.
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