A new technique illustrates how mutations associated with autism affect gene expression at different stages of development in the fly brain.
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
New software transforms mouse brain scans into a virtual brain that scientists can manipulate.
A new method can help researchers and clinicians gauge the likelihood that a gene is associated with a particular condition.
Baby marmosets learn to vocalize by mimicking their parents, which helps to establish their utility for studying autism.
A widely used questionnaire designed to measure anxiety flags the condition in children with autism.
A new assessment offers a broad measure of ‘flexible thinking’ in children and teenagers with autism.
A new technique for building a ‘brain in a dish’ reveals how neurons move to their proper places during fetal development.
A new technique lets scientists monitor and manipulate groups of neurons that communicate with a specific chemical messenger.