The blood test was developed under grants from the Simons Foundation, the Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation, Autism Speaks, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Autism Consortium (NIMH grant #R01MH085143, the Molecular Genetics Core laboratory supported by NICHD (grant #P30HD018655), and the Charles H. Hood Foundation.
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