All children are screened for a host of conditions at birth, such as Phenylketonuria, a genetic disorder that is passed by mutated genes from both parents to their offspring. Currently the primary way to manage the disease is through a restricted diet. Now, researchers are using magnetic resonance imaging to learn more about the effects of this disorder on the brain and to assist scientists in developing therapeutic drugs.
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