Tests that show 100% autism in the baby from the mother’s blood
Davis: One in five children in developing countries has autism, and the number of such children in Pakistan is growing. The full name of this disease is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) which is a very reliable test to identify. Experts from the University of California, Davis and Stanford University examined the blood plasma of 450 mothers whose children had autism. At the same time, there were 342 mothers whose children were free from this painful condition.
Experts examined specific antibodies and proteins using a technique called ELISA. It has been found that some pregnant women have about 8 proteins that trigger unnecessary immune reactions during pregnancy. As a result, the unborn baby’s brain is severely affected and he or she develops a lifelong illness such as autism. It turns out that as a baby grows older during pregnancy, its brain can be affected by proteins and antibodies to the point that it develops autism.
A similar study was conducted in 2019 in which it was said that expectant mothers release spontaneous bodies from their bodies. It affects the baby’s nerve cells. Babies born this way can develop autism. But in recent research, experts have noted the possible effects of eight proteins using data, machine learning. Also found in the blood were biomarkers such as collapse response mediator protein (CRMP) and guanine diamines (GDA).
Experts then concluded that there are eight proteins found in the mother’s blood that cause autism in the baby. Among them, mothers with CRMP-1 and GDA may be 31 times more likely to have children with autism than others.