Estimation of autistic children by metallomics analysis

@inproceedings{Yasuda2013EstimationOA,
  title={Estimation of autistic children by metallomics analysis},
  author={Hiroshi Yasuda and Yuichi Yasuda and Toyoharu Tsutsui},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2013}
}
Clarification of the pathogenesis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders is one of the challenges today. In this study, we examine scalp hair concentrations of 26 trace elements for 1,967 children with autistic disorders (1,553 males and 414 females). Five-hundred and eighty-four (29.7%), 347 (17.6%) and 114 (5.8%) subjects was found deficient in zinc, magnesium and calcium, respectively, and 2.0% or less in the other essential metals. The incidence rate of mineral deficiency was highly… CONTINUE READING
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