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Stress Enzyme Targeted to Reverse Autism Pathway

News   Oct 09, 2018 | Original Press Release from Florida Atlantic University

 
Stress Enzyme Targeted to Reverse Autism Pathway

Randy Blakely, Ph.D., senior author, executive director of FAU's Brain Institute, and a professor of biomedical science in FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine, and graduate student and co-author Meagan Quinlan. Credit: FAU

 
 
 

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