A new approach for delivering gene therapy to the brain reduces nerve damage in primates and could help make gene therapies for conditions related to autism safer.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
A saliva test that helps clinicians diagnose autism is expected to be available in the next few weeks. But some experts are skeptical of the test’s accuracy and value.
Injecting a virus toting snippets of RNA into the rodent brain enables researchers to express genes in specific neuron types.
Neurons from people with autism may have an unusual pattern of chemical tags that turn genes on and off.
RNA segments that control when and where genes are expressed may be involved in autism.
The fight over who holds the rights to CRISPR is heating up, we control our gut bacteria, and romance isn’t always easy when you have autism.
The pups of male mice exposed to stress show a muted response to stressful situations of their own, suggesting that environmental effects can last generations.