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Study finds link between fragile X syndrome gene and dysregulated tissue growth

(Indiana University) A study led by Indiana University researchers found a previously undetected link between the gene that causes fragile X syndrome and increased tissue growth in the intestines of fruit flies modified to model the disease.
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