AGRE - Autism Genetic Resource Exchange

AGRE is a DNA repository and family registry, housing a database of genotypes and phenotypic information available to the entire scientific community. AGRE is the first truly collaborative autism gene bank to be established for autism research. It meets the highest scientific standards, but follows the parents agenda: namely that time is of the essence for our children. The technology has already arrived - all we need are the families to make the critical difference in the pace of Autism research - won't you join us in this historic effort?

AGRE is sponsored by CAN, the Cure Autism Now Foundation, an organization formed by parents and researchers, dedicated to finding biological treatment and a cure for autism. We welcome your interest and participation in AGRE.

Please feel free to contact any of the members of the AGRE Steering Committee if any questions about this resource remain. Please direct any inquiries to Janet Miller, AGRE Program Director, 1-866-612-AGRE, Ext. 14, or to Cure Autism Now at 323-549-0500, which provides funding and oversight for this resource.

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