The collection offers a glimpse into differences in cell composition — across people and brain regions — that may shape neural function.
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More than one-third of a cohort of autistic toddlers no longer meet criteria for the condition at school age, according to a new study, but the findings may not generalize because the cohort is predominantly white and affluent.
After 10 years of work, Neurona may have the data to quiet its skeptics. But its ongoing clinical trial will be the ultimate test.
The mutations disrupt protein translation as well as the cell’s skeleton, according to a new study.
Increasing or reducing the levels of the UBE3A gene, which is associated with autism and autism-related syndromes, results in altered patterns of synaptic pruning — a process that snips away brain cell connections.
Debate unfurls over inclusivity and authenticity in research involving minimally verbal autistic people
Autism researchers can’t agree on how far to go to validate the input they gather from minimally verbal autistic people who use certain communication devices.
A genome-wide association study lays a foundation for deeper investigation of these variants in neurodevelopmental conditions.
The underlying regional neurobiology of the conditions may differ from person to person.
The new tool could help clinicians diagnose autism in children younger than 3, the findings show.