Molecules from alpacas may enable scientists to identify cell types in the brain while also revealing their interior structures.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Children who have repetitive behaviors, a core autism trait, may show particular patterns of brain activity as early as 1 year of age.
The autism gene TBR1 controls the expression of several other candidate genes that govern the architecture of the brain’s outer section.
Administering a cholesterol drug alongside an antibiotic eases atypical behavior and restores the signaling balance in the brains of people with fragile X syndrome.
A tiny fraction of the connections between brain regions can identify an individual.
Brain activity governing language can distinguish children with autism into distinct subgroups.
Analyzing large numbers of autism mice, researchers have found that the mice cluster into subtypes based on brain structure and functional connectivity.
Mapping the effects of autism mutations on mouse brain circuits may reveal subtypes of the condition in people.
Looking at the brain as a whole suggests that nudging flawed sets of neurons to collaborate better might alleviate autism traits.