Autism research makes the leap to frogs
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Frogs are useful for autism research for a slew of reasons, including the fact that the animals' initial development occurs outside of the mother's body in plain view. The post "Autism research makes the leap to frogs" appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News
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