Posts Tagged
‘activity’

January 22, 2022

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Tags: activity, alters, Autism, boost, brain, gene, mice, Missing, Oxytocin, sociability, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Social Boost: In a mouse model with impaired social behavior, an oxytocin injection activates a specific set of circuits. publisher’s Note This article was originally published as Conference Proceedings from the 2021 Society for Neuroscience Global Connectome Meeting on January 13, 2021. The results have since been published in Neuron. Infusions of the hormone oxytocin […]

October 12, 2021

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Tags: activity, beads, brain, images, light, Method, mouse, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Your browser does not support the video tag. Break A new imaging technique detects neurons that fire almost simultaneously across large parts of the brain tissue in living mice. The method could help researchers understand how extensive networks of neurons communicate and how these patterns differ between wild-type mice and mouse models of autism. According […]

October 11, 2021

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Tags: activity, Autistic, Boys, brain, differ, girls, relate, Spectrum, traits

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Categories: autism

Biomarker Bias: Brainwave patterns in autistic boys, but not autistic girls, appear to correlate with traits. Engagementstock / Shutterstock Autistic children show a distinct pattern of resting brain activity, and how that pattern relates to behavior differs between autistic boys and girls, according to a new study. Previous analysis suggests that characteristics of autism differ […]

September 30, 2021

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Tags: accessibility, activity, atlas, brain, developing, gene, maps, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Mutation Map: Gene expression and DNA accessibility profiles of cells in the developing cerebral cortex can help scientists assess the effects of rare non-coding mutations in autism. DR. J. Andersen / Pasca Laboratory at Stanford University A new atlas profiles gene expression and DNA accessibility in individual cells in the developing human cerebral cortex during […]

September 10, 2021

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Tags: activity, Autism, brain, cluster, models, mouse, pattern, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Talk time: fMRI images of several autism mouse models show different communication patterns between brain regions. Courtesy of Alessandro Gozzi Brain scans from 16 mouse models of autism reveal at least four different patterns of brain activity, a new study suggests. The results again support the popular notion that autism is associated with a number […]

Williamsport, PA Physiotherapist Assistant Major students at the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology put their skills to good use by providing video activities to Camp Victory, known as Special Camps for Special Children. The Milville camp was built for children with a variety of needs, including those with chronic health problems, physical or mental illnesses, or […]

July 2, 2021

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Tags: activity, CNTNAP2, Melatonin, Spectrum, Spotted, striatum, timing, trial, web

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Categories: autism

Research summary Mutations in the TCF4 gene that cause a form of autism called Pitt-Hopkins syndrome can cause changes in the brain’s interneurons. Developmental Neuroscience Defining individual outcomes for adults with autism who have a range of skills and challenges could aid intervention studies. autism Pediatricians can help teenagers with autism clarify their own sexuality, […]