Thousands of protein-protein interactions mapped in mice reveal how these networks shift across seven kinds of tissue.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
A large, whole-genome sequencing study of families yields insights into ultra-rare genetic variants that contribute to autism.
Next-generation machine-learning tools are poised to upend how scientists study behavior in animal models of autism — and not everyone is happy about it.
Researchers have uncovered more than 1,200 new protein-protein interactions involving proteins coded for by autism-linked genes.
Mutations that disrupt binding sites in RNA molecules may play a role in autism and a variety of psychiatric conditions, according to a new study.
A Hollywood-inspired video tool that captures movement in three dimensions over extended time periods shows that rats lacking the autism-linked gene FMR1 have different grooming patterns than controls do.
A new technique for masking portions of raw genomic data increases shareability without sacrificing privacy.
Genetic sequences from nearly 53,000 people with autism, developmental delay or intellectual disability reveal strong ties to 98 genes.
Researchers expand a massive repository of data on gene activity in people to show differences between males and females.