Late-breaking mutations may play an important role in autism

Lim, Walsh and colleagues overlapped the post-zygotic mutations they identified from blood DNA samples with publicly available gene expression data from brain autopsies (via the BrainSpan Project). This enabled them to roughly map the brain regions in which the mutated genes are expressed. In this image, representing prenatal brain

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