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A Harvard study showing a possible new cure in time

The Harvard stem cell scientists concentrated on abnormal neurons identified in Rett and Autism disorders and found a gene IRAK1 which is regulated by MECP2. This gene was making about three times more protein than normal. When the IRAK1 was modified and made less protein the developing dendrites were substantially better in mice.