Biomarkers Journal Open Access

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Autism Biomarkers

The term “Biomarkers” refers to a specific kind of biological indication (or marker) of a disorder. So, autism biomarkers could be related to a behavior or genetic event or brain signature that is specific to autism. By looking for biomarkers, we really hope to be able to identify signs of autism as early as possible. Autism is a developmental disorder, so by intervening during early development, we hope to give each infant or child the opportunity to develop and improve skills (e.g., attention, cognition, social interactions) for long-term positive outcomes.