Researchers have found that differences in gray matter volumes around the temporal-parietal junction of the brain may be responsible for the higher risk for certain forms of autism spectrum disorders in males.
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This research article from Epigenomics evaluates the role of HSD11B2 and NR3C1 mehtylation in neurobehavioral profiles in preterm infants.
Epidemiological study indicates link between maternal polycystic ovarian syndrome and autism spectrum disorders in offspring
Both male and female children of mothers with polycystic ovarian syndrome exhibit an increased risk of developing autism spectrum disorders, according to a nationwide study in Sweden.
Stem cells in adult schizophrenic patients exhibit disturbed patterns of protein synthesis, indicating a pathological role for genetic variants implicated in critical protein synthesis pathways.
This research article investigates the presence of a range of potential biomarkers of autism in human saliva.
New research links GDF10 to axonal growth and stroke recovery.
Maternal antibodies may be linked to abnormal brain development and consequential behaviors associated with autism spectrum disorders.
Researchers at the University of Miami suggest a multiple component model behind cognitive flexibility, previously thought to be a manifest of a single cognitive operation.
Study suggests that adolescents with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder show differences in brain structure and function
Findings from a recent study suggest that young adults diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder during adolescence exhibit differences in brain structure associated with abnormal working memory function.
Former NFL players who participated in tackle football before the age of 12 may have a higher risk of altered brain development when compared to those who started at a later age.