Researchers have discovered a new marker of autism

Autism can be diagnosed in the first months of a child's life, say researchers from Sweden and the USA. They have proven, the disease changes the concentration of a number of proteins in the blood. With a special analysis of these changes are easy to identify. On the work done says the publication UPI.com.

Scientists conducted a comparative analysis of 900 blood samples of children with autism and 1100 healthy children born between 1998 and 2000. The study found that autism increases the concentration of several plasma proteins associated with inflammation.

While talking about the unique connection of autism and levels of these proteins early. More research is needed in this direction. While it should be noted that proteins of inflammation can be achieved with a variety of ailments, from bacterial to autoimmune.

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