Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Autism, December 1, 2010, Giulivi et al. 304 (21): 2389 — JAMA

Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Autism, December 1, 2010, Giulivi et al. 304 (21): 2389 — JAMA: “Impaired mitochondrial function may influence processes highly dependent on energy, such as neurodevelopment, and contribute to autism. No studies have evaluated mitochondrial dysfunction and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) abnormalities in a well-defined population of children with autism.”

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