Novel blood, urine tests may predict autism in kids
The new blood and urine tests search for damage to proteins and could lead to earlier detection of autism and advance treatment. Genetic causes have been found in 30-35 per cent of cases of autism and the remaining 65-70 per cent of cases are thought to be caused by a combination of environmental factors, multiple mutations, and rare genetic variants.
By: IANS | London |
Novel blood, urine tests may predict autism in kids | The Indian Express