Archived | Autism Speaks: Autism Genome Project (AGP) | Circa 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Genome Project Launched in 2004, the Autism Genome Project, or AGP, is the largest study ever conducted to find the genes associated with inherited risk for autism. Many of the world's leading genetics researchers pooled their resources and used a promising new technology, the DNA microarray, to scan the human genome in the search for …

Archived | Autism Speaks: The Power of AGRE: Families advancing autism research | Circa August 9, 2016 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Learn how the Autism Speaks Autism Genetic Research Exchange is powering research that’s improving healthcare for people with autism By Autism Speaks science intern Isabel Josephs. Ms. Josephs is a junior at Cornell University, in Ithaca, New York. Today I’d love to share a snapshot of what I’ve learned about the tremendous power of the Autism …

Archived | Autism Speaks and BGI Collaboration to Generate World’s Largest Library of Sequenced Genomes of Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorders | Circa October 13, 2011 #NotAnAutisticAlly

(Media-Newswire.com) - NEW YORK, N.Y., CAMBRIDGE, M.A.and SHENZHEN, CHINA ( October 13, 2011 ) – Autism Speaks, the world’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, and BGI, the largest genomic organizationin the world and a global leader in whole genome sequencing, jointly announce their partnership to create the world’s largest library of sequenced genomes of …

Archived | Celebrating Five Years of Autism Science Day 7: AGRE Reaches Milestones | Circa February 7, 2010 #NotAnAutisticAlly

5|25: Celebrating Five Years of Autism Science Day 7: AGRE Reaches Milestones In honor of the anniversary of Autism Speaks’ founding on Feb 25, for the next 25 days we will be sharing stories about the many significant scientific advances that have occurred during our first five years together. Our seventh item, AGRE Reaches Milestones, is from Autism …

Archived | Autism Speaks: Autism Genome Project delivers genetic discovery | Circa April 24, 2014 #NotAnAutisticAlly

by  Autism Speaks A new study from investigators with the Autism Genome Project, the world's largest research project on identifying genes associated with risk for autism, has found that the comprehensive use of copy number variant (CNV) genetic testing offers an important tool in individualized diagnosis and treatment of autism.null Funded primarily by Autism Speaks, the …