A similar research approach could be used to discover genes that cause other conditions involving cognition, like schizophrenia or intellectual disability, but autism had the advantage because of the large amount of existing genetic data.
I suppose we could go the GATACA route with this information, but hopefully we take the other route.
When we recognize cognitive conditions like bipolar disorder or autism or even ADHD as genetics, not some sort of infection, maybe we'll realize we're trying to solve the wrong problem.
The goal isn't to "normalize" the sinistra out there by making them dextra - it's to empower everyone to be the best unique contributors they can be in collaboration.
Just imagine the possibilities.