Scripps: New Study Shows Early Brain Changes in Fragile X Syndrome

Scripps: New Study Shows Early Brain Changes in Fragile X Syndrome

Scripps:  New Study Shows Early Brain Changes in Fragile X Syndrome

A new study led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) is giving researchers a first look at the early stages of brain development in patients with Fragile X syndrome, a disorder that causes mild to severe intellectual disability and is the most common genetic cause of autism spectrum disorder.

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