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New Findings on Autism and Carnitine

Arthur Beaudet, right, in his lab at Baylor College of Medicine photo credit: Agapito Sanchez New research suggests that some milder forms of autism may be associated with a gene defect that hampers the body’s ability to make carnitine, a compound that helps convert fat into energy. The researchers caution, however, that this defect only …

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