Tag: bioinformatics

October 2019
Rodent drinks water in machine-learning experiment
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Algorithms may predict mouse behavior from brain activity

by  /  21 October 2019

Researchers have created a suite of digital tools that break complex mouse behaviors into discrete parts and link them to the animals’ brain activity.

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May 2019
Artists interpretation of machine learning and genes
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Mutations between genes, long overlooked, may be key in autism

by  /  27 May 2019

Spontaneous mutations that occur between genes may be as important in autism as those within genes.

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April 2019
Child awake in bed at night
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In autism, depression takes on unusual forms

by  /  8 April 2019

Depression may show up in children with autism in an unusual way — most commonly as insomnia and restlessness.

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March 2019
Portrait of Dr. Timothy Roberts
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In quest for autism biomarkers, this technique has magnetic appeal

by  /  26 March 2019

To find biological markers of autism, scientists would be wise to measure the brain’s electrical activity along with the resulting magnetic fields.

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February 2019
RNA molecules illustration
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‘Editing’ of RNA may play sizeable role in autism

by  /  14 February 2019

People with autism may show scant activity in a poorly understood molecular process thought to regulate gene expression.

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November 2018
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Gene expression ‘barcode’ maps cells in brain tissue

by  /  7 November 2018

A new technique transforms the previous broad-brush picture of a brain region into a pointillist masterpiece of neuronal subpopulations associated with specific activities.

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October 2018
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Massive sequencing project identifies new genetic syndromes

by  /  23 October 2018

The largest-ever set of sequences from people with developmental delay has revealed 43 new genetic diagnoses.

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September 2018
DNA twisting in black space
News / Toolbox

Two tools speed the search for mutations in whole genomes

by  /  14 September 2018

Software to identify genetic variants, along with a new synthetic human genome, could help scientists discover mutations associated with conditions such as autism.

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August 2018
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Technique tracks molecules that drive learning in brain

by  /  3 August 2018

A new method enables scientists to monitor the activity of key molecules involved in the growth and remodeling of connections in the brain.

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May 2018
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News / Spotted

Organoid assortment; transgenerational effect; baby translator and more

by  /  25 May 2018

Researchers can enjoy a complete collection of organoid-related publications, transgenerational effects on the brain are tied to a powerful estrogen, and an app that translates infant cries might aid autism research.

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