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Immune Cell Defects in the Brain Linked to Male Autism

News   Apr 15, 2020 | Original story from Scripps Research Institute.

 
Immune Cell Defects in the Brain Linked to Male Autism

Microglial cells from mice with elevated eIF4E appear enlarged relative to controls. They demonstrate impaired synaptic pruning activity during early development. Credit: Baoji Xu lab, Scripps Research, Florida.

 
 
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