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Neurons Develop Differently in Autism

News   Jan 08, 2019 | Original Press Release from the Salk Institute

 
Neurons Develop Differently in Autism

Neurons from people with autism exhibit different patterns of growth and develop at a faster rate. This image shows a two-dimensional culture of subject-derived cortical neurons stained for neuronal markers MAP2 (red) and Tuj1 (green). Credit: Salk Institute

 
 
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