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BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library Epigenetic Theory of Autism: Autism Tornado in the Brain: “It’s becoming quite clear to more and more of us that autism is not genetic, but epigenetic.” So says William J. Walsh, who received a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Iowa State University and is an expert in nutritional medicine. In the 1970s, he collaborated with the renowned Dr. Carl Pfeiffer, a pioneer in schizophrenia research, and went on to develop nutrient protocols to normalize brain chemistry in patients with behavioral and personality disorders, schizophrenia, and autism.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library What is Epigenetics and What Does It Have to Do with Autism?: Halladay, PhD, Autism Speaks director of research for environmental sciences.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library Environment Can Affect Gene Expression in Autism: This article shows how environment affects DNA Methylation.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library Autism Rising and More on Mercury’s Role and Epigenetics (Dr. Soram Englighten Medicine): The role mercury plays with autism and how epigenetics changes the Methylation DNA.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library Autism Linked to Genetic Mutation – and Researchers Say They Can Undo It: The genetic roots of autism have been investigated for more than a decade, as DNA sequencing has continued to improve. A new study points to a particular mutation in mice causing autistic-like behavior, adding to a list of potential causes.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library The Most Promising Areas of Autism Research: Article on genetic research in autism.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library Neuroscientists Illuminate Role of Autism-Linked Gene: A new study from MIT neuroscientists reveals that a gene mutation called Shank3, which is associated with autism and plays a critical role in the formation and maturation of synapses (the connections that allow neurons to communicate with each other), prevents neuronal synapsis from properly maturing.
BiomedicalEpigeneticsCommunity Library Autism: Tornado in the Brain - Interview with Dr. William Walsh PhD by Dan E. Burns, Age of Autism: Learn about the role of epigenetics, oxidative stress and under methylation in autism and how nutrient therapy can correct biochemical imbalances.