A new method that suppresses gene expression in the embryos of fish and mice may help researchers study autism genes in early development.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
The most comprehensive catalog to date of DNA regions that modify gene expression is helping researchers uncover the role these segments play in autism.
A pair of tools that gauge social abilities in rhesus macaques may help researchers study autism-like behaviors in monkeys.
A new atlas lays bare how synapses, or the junctions between neurons, change from birth to old age in mice.
A new wireless device switches oxytocin-producing neurons on and off in mice as they interact, showing the hormone’s effects depend on social context.
A new analysis links individual mutations in a gene called PTEN to a person’s odds of having autism, cancer or other conditions.
A trove of DNA sequences from 141,456 people — and counting — offers an unparalleled look at genetic variation.
A new method for electroencephalography source localization can noninvasively identify brain networks involved in generating seizures in people with epilepsy.
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