Deficits in prenatal serine biosynthesis underlie the mitochondrial dysfunction associated with the autism-linked fmr1 gene

Sarah L. Nolin, Eleonora Napoli, Amanda Flores, Randi J. Hagerman, Cecilia Giulivi

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