Join us for an informative discussion with Dr. Richard Frye, Director of Autism Research and Director of the Autism Multispecialty Clinic at Arkansas Children’s Hospital Research Institute.
There is increasing evidence that This is when mitochondria do not work as well as they should due to another disease or condition. Many conditions can lead to secondary dysfunction. is associated with autism spectrum disorder. Learn more about the latest research investigating the causes of this relationship, including the role of oxidative stress for these children.
- The evidence for Related to the mitochondria. disease and dysfunction in autism spectrum disorder
- The importance of the oxidative stress in autism spectrum disorder and its impact on mitochondrial function
- The evidence for a subset of children with autism with acquired mitochondria dysfunction as a result of high levels of oxidative stress