Mutated gene may explain why boys are more likely to be autistic

09/16/2010 | HealthDay News

Canadian researchers said mutations in the PTCHD1 gene are associated with inherited forms of autism and intellectual disability. The study found the gene typically is found on the single X-chromosome in males, which could help explain why boys are more likely than girls to have autism spectrum disorder.

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