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BiomedicalMethylation/MTHFRCommunity Library Restoring Methylation in Autistic Children by Alexander Kulisz PhD, ND: Andre Alexander Kulisz PhD, ND talks about restoring methylation in children; a naturopathic approach to hypomethylation and other problems in children with long-term post-vaccination adverse effects.
BiomedicalMethylation/MTHFRCommunity Library Understanding Cerebral Folate Deficiency and Methylation Imbalance in Autism by Kurt Woeller DO: Folate is critical for proper brain function as deficiencies have been associated with learning, language, and cognitive imbalances, as well as propensity for seizures. Imbalances in methylation lead to cognitive problems, attention, focusing, language and social interaction issues. Both folate supplements and Methyl-B12 therapy work hand in hand to improve brain function in autism. This presentation explores the general aspects of methylation problems in autism, but goes into detail regarding cerebral folate deficiency as well.
BiomedicalMethylation/MTHFRCommunity Library Association of MTHFR Gene Variants with Autism: A comprehensive study done by Marvin Boris MD, Allan Goldblatt PA, Joseph Galanko PhD, S. Jill James, PhD. Autism is a complex neurodevelopment disorder with numerous possible genetic and environmental influences. The study entails folate, methylation and MTHFR gene.
BiomedicalMethylation/MTHFRCommunity Library Genetic Analysis Report (Summary Sheet) as prepared by Amy Yasko PhD, ND (Prepared by Kurt Woeller, DO): This Genetic Analysis is intended to give a brief explanation of some of the major areas of genetic mutation as seen in ASD children that are analyzed from Dr. Yasko’s “Economy Basic SNP III Panel.”
BiomedicalMethylation/MTHFRCommunity Library Cerebral Folate Deficiency in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Dan Rossignol, MD: Cerebral folate deficiency (CFD) syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder typically caused by folate receptor autoantibodies (FRAs) that interfere with folate transport across the blood–brain barrier. Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and improvements in ASD symptoms with leucovorin (folinic acid) treatment have been reported in some children with CFD. This study suggests that FRAs are important in ASD and that Leucovorin Calcium treatment may benefit children with autism.
BiomedicalMethylation/MTHFRCommunity Library Cerebral folate receptor autoantibodies in autism spectrum disorder, Dan Rossignol, MD, et. al.: Cerebral folate deficiency (CFD) syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder typically caused by folate receptor autoantibodies (FRAs) that interfere with folate transport across the blood–brain barrier. Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and improvements in ASD symptoms with leucovorin (folinic acid) treatment have been reported in some children with CFD. Leucovorin calcium appears to be a reasonable and non-invasive treatment for ASD children who test positive for FRA. Additional studies of folate receptor autoimmunity and leucovorin calcium treatment in children with ASD are warranted.