Stuttering linked to cell waste recycling genes
Three genes linked to a rare metabolic disorder may also cause some cases of stuttering, researchers said in a finding that could lead to a new treatment for the speech condition. Two of the genes are used by brain cells as part of a waste recycling process, the researchers reported in the
New England Journal of Medicine.
A third has no other known role.
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