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Asperger Syndrome

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Chemical compound and disease context of Asperger Syndrome


Anatomical context of Asperger Syndrome

  • It is suggested that all three suffer from a Marfan-like disorder of connective tissue and, more speculatively, that this has led to anomalous development of midline brain structures with consequent social handicaps characteristic of Asperger's syndrome [12].

Gene context of Asperger Syndrome


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