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Mouse Study Reverses Sensory Impairment in Autism Model

News   Sep 25, 2018 | By Leigh Hopper for UCLA

 
Mouse Study Reverses Sensory Impairment in Autism Model

“We’re trying to identify early brain processes that will impact behaviors in children when they are older,” said Anubhuti Goel, a postdoctoral researcher in neurology at UCLA and first author of the study.

 
 
 

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