Mouse version autism spectrum disorder improves diet includes synthetic oil

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Mouse version of an autism spectrum disorder improves when diet includes a synthetic oil

When young mice with the rodent equivalent of a rare autism spectrum disorder (ASD), called Rett syndrome, were fed a diet supplemented with the synthetic oil triheptanoin, they lived longer than mice on regular diets. Importantly, their physical and behavioral symptoms were also less severe after being on the diet, according to results of new […]

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