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Autism


Mitochondrial Defects May Lead to Autism

Join MitoAction and Dr. Douglas Wallace, the Director of The Center for Mitochondrial and Epigenomic Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) for our March Monthly Mito Expert Series...


Mito, Autism and Cerebral Folate Deficiency

 Dr. Richard Frye, MD PhD, Director of Autism Research and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital to discuss: Evidence for Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Autism Spectrum Disorder Biomarkers...


Autism and Mitochondrial Disorders: How Much Do We Really Know?

The possible relationship between metabolic disorders, elevated lactic acid levels, and features of autism spectrum disorder have been described in the medical literature since the early 90’s.  In fact,...


Mito Diagnosis and Autism

An informal discussion with Cristy Balcells on Mito diagnosis and Autism from our February 2011 Autism-Mito Support Meeting.


Mito-Autism: Information for Parents and Clinicians

Many parents and clinicians have heard about the connection between autism (including ASD and PDD) and mitochondrial dysfunction. Dr. Fran Kendall discusses: What is classified as mitochondrial dysfunction and...


Autism, Mito and Oxidative Stress

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...


Mito-Autism Q&A and Parent/Patient

“Parent/Patient Discussion of Mitochondrial Toxicity” by MitoAction.



How Enteric Microbiome Mitochondrial Function

Richard Frye, MD, PhD, FAAP, FAAN, CPI, discusses how  Enteric (gut) Microbiome Modulates Mitochondrial Function. Talking points include: The enteric (gut) microbiome has an important influence on health and disease...