This two-step approach can expedite finding answers to complex genetic conditions
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This two-step approach can expedite finding answers to complex genetic conditions

To function normally, the human brain requires the right amount of a number of proteins, including MeCP2. Having twice the normal amount of MeCP2, the result of having an extra copy of the gene MECP2, causes severe neurological disorders that include intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, motor dysfunction and other medical complications. “Animal models that … Continue reading