SETD5, a leading candidate for autism risk, alters the expression of thousands of genes, a new study suggests1. And it does so by modifying a histone, a protein involved in packaging DNA.

Some researchers have concerns about the study’s methods, which they say make the results hard to interpret. But if confirmed, the findings would fill in key details about SETD5 that have so far eluded the field.

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