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New approaches help to further unravel the genetic etiologies of autism Listen

Substantial progress has been made over the years in understanding genetic factors involved in autism, but many questions remain. Genome sequencing has emerged as the preferred methodology for evaluating patients because it permits a more comprehensive investigation of risk variants than has been possible with previous technologies. Tune in to the newest episode of GenePod, GIM's monthly podcast, for an interview with Evan Eichler, PhD, professor of genome sciences at the University of Washington and senior author of a recent study in Genetics in Medicine. Dr. Eichler describes the correlation between multiple risk variants and phenotype in patients with autism and discusses what these findings mean for research and clinical practice.

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