Autism. Part II : from genes to molecular mechanisms : a conversation with Jay Gargus / Open Agenda Publishing.

Format
Video/Projected medium
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • [Toronto, Ontario] : Open Agenda Publishing, [2015]
  • ©2015
Description
1 streaming video file (1 hr., 1 min.)

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Library of Congress genre(s)
Series
Ideas Roadshow
Summary note
In part 2 of this double issue, University of California, Irvine geneticist and biophysicist Jay Gargus focuses on autism, dispelling myths associated with the condition, advocating why a treatment should be actively pursued, and illustrating what we can learn from the recent breakthrough in cystic fibrosis research.
Notes
Includes MP3 podcast of conversation.
Creation/​Production credits
Director, Howard Burton ; editor, Rowan D. Thubro ; music, Luke Mulholland.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
Host, Howard Burton.
Language note
Closed captioned.
Contents
  • Autism : misconceptions and complications
  • Battling heterogeneity
  • Changing paradigms
  • Pathways and pleiotropy
  • Redefining diseases and mechanistic hints
  • Sociological factors
  • Reason for optimism.
Other title(s)
Ideas Roadshow.
Title from landing page
  • Autism : a genetic perspective
OCLC
909289492
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