Intelligence Networks Discovered in Brain for the First Time

Scientists have identified for the first time two clusters of genes linked to human intelligence. Called M1 and M3, these so-called gene networks appear to influence cognitive function — which includes memory, attention, processing speed and reasoning. Crucially, the scientists have discovered that these two networks — which each contain hundreds of genes — are likely to be under the control of master regulator switches.

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