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Prof. Alessio Fasano explains how to treat autism targeting gut bacteria in Drug Discovery News (DDN)

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Research over the past decade or so points to the gut microbiome as one of the important environmental factors contributing to autism. The revelation that microbes in the gut can signal to the brain to alter behavior has led to the development of novel therapeutics for autism that work not by targeting the brain, but the bacteria in the gut.