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Protein “Trafficker” Implicated in Autism and Other Brain Disorders

News   Sep 24, 2018 | Original Story from the Rockefeller University

 
Protein “Trafficker” Implicated in Autism and Other Brain Disorders

ASTN2 is naturally expressed by purkinje cells in the mouse cerebellum, pictured here. To better understand how the protein works, researchers increased levels of ASTN2 (green) in these cells. Credit: Rockefeller University

 
 
 

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