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Single-cell Analysis Opens Doors for Targeted Treatment in Autism Spectrum Disorder

News   May 16, 2019

 
Single-cell Analysis Opens Doors for Targeted Treatment in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Image shows two neuronal cell types in the developing human cortex. On the top is a deep-layer projection, and on the bottom is an upper-layer projection. Credit: Chen & Kriegstein, Science 2015/AAAS.

 
 
 

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