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‘A new breed of breed’: Cats with a genetic predisposition to autism are a new breed, says expert

The New York Times reports that the genetic predispositions of cats with autism have been identified and are being researched in an effort to develop new treatments for the disorder.

The research was carried out by researchers at New York University’s Langone Medical Center and the New York Veterinary Medical Association.

The team’s findings have been published in the scientific journal, “Genetic Variation in Cats with Autism.”

The study involved more than 1,200 cats that were diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

The cats were then put through a series of tests, including neuroimaging and genetic testing.

The cats that did not have any autism-related abnormalities on neuroimager tests showed no significant differences between the groups.

The genetic variation was found in the genes of the mice that have a greater risk of developing autism, while the cats in the group that had a greater genetic variation showed no differences.

While the researchers say that it is still unclear if the findings are applicable to other cats with similar genetic traits, the study did suggest that the mice have a genetic connection to autism.

The researchers have also found that the same mice also show elevated levels of the genes that cause autism in cats, suggesting that the mutations are the same.

“These findings suggest that these genetic mutations are related to a specific condition in the cats,” the researchers wrote in their report.

“This finding may be relevant to animal models of autism.”

The team of researchers from the New World Genetics Laboratory is led by Professor Jeffrey Zuckerman of the NYU Langone School of Medicine.

Zuckerman, who is also the director of the Center for Genetics and Society at the NYU School of Veterinary Medicine, was interviewed by the Times in an interview about the new research.

“We are trying to identify the genetic basis for autism in humans,” Zuckman said.

“We’re not talking about the cat.

We’re talking about humans.”

Zuckman told the Times that he believes that the research will provide hope for people who have a close relative with autism.

“I think the discovery will give hope to people who suffer from autism,” he said.

The New York City Department of Health has identified an estimated 1.4 million people with autism who live in New York.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that the state has more than 9,500 people with the disorder and the state of New York has more 1,100 of them.

The Department of Human Services is also urging people with developmental disabilities to take extra care when handling cats and dogs.

In a statement, the agency said, “We are encouraging all owners to have a thorough and accurate history of their pets so that the proper health checkups can be performed.”