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Autism Specific Patterns of DNA Methylation from Birth to Age 5

This study will examine potential differences in DNA methylation (DNAm) in early life, from birth through age 5, between children who are ultimately diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and those typically developing. Results from this work will inform whether a large-scale effort for evaluating longitudinal DNAm and epigenetic clock changes in ASD is necessary.

Investigator: Croen, Lisa

Funder: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

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