Neurology Central

Possible biomarker for autism identified in cerebrospinal fluid

Scientists from Stanford University (CA, USA) have revealed new findings that may link vasopressin to social behavior in monkeys and autism in children. Low vasopressin in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) was related to less sociability in both species, indicating that the hormone could be a potential biomarker for autism.
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