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Date:8/29/2013

ny of the behavioral symptoms seen with autism.

Kang’s research team compared 20 typical non-autistic children without digestive complaints with 20 children diagnosed as autistic. The autistic children were rated for the severity of their autism and digestive symptoms. The types and amounts of bacteria in fecal samples were then analyzed. The carbohydrate-degrading and/or fermenting bacteria Prevotella, Coprococcus, and Veillonellaceae were significantly less abundant in the autistic children. Surprisingly, the lack of these intestinal bacteria was more related to the presence of autistic symptoms rather than to the severity of digestive symptoms. Further research demonstrated that the lack of these bacteria was more highly correlated with the presence of autistic symptoms rather than with the diets of the children.

While there was a definite relationship between the lack of these bacteria and autistic symptoms, this may be an effect of the autism, rather than a cause. Fellow researcher Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown notes, “One of the reasons we started addressing this topic is the fact that autistic children have a lot of (digestive) problems that can last into adulthood. Studies have shown that when we manage these problems, their behavior improves dramatically.” The researchers hope that their study can open up new ways to treat autism-related digestive problems along with the prevention and treatment of autism.

Researchers have concluded that the brains of the autistic are wired differently. Researchers led by Dr. Lucina Q. Uddin at Stanford University School of Medicine recently published Salience Network–Based Classification and Prediction of Symptom Severity in Children with Autism, demonstrating that the autis
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