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Dr Braverman

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Posts by Dr Braverman

KIR Panel

The cross talk between KIR and HLA proteins potentially leading to autism when altered, occurs between a mother and her fetus. Indeed, KIR proteins are localized on the surface of uterine NK cells ...

MTHFR gene

Many of you recently asked me about MTHFR leading to autism. YES, MTHFR polymorphism has a high incidence in autistic children but NO reports clearly show a correlation between maternal MTHFR ...

first born in the autism spectrum then infertility

Maternal immune alterations have been linked to autism. Particularly, pro-inflammatory cytokines are involved in neuroinflammatory diseases and may be a contributing factor in autism. But they also ...

Minimize my risks during pregnancy

RA and Autism may share a common genetic etiology (with strong association with HLA-DRB1*0401 and HLA-DRB1*0404 alleles for both diseases). If you carry these alleles and transmit them to your child, ...
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