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A fast, cheap way to identify neuron-to-neuron connections could shed light on disorders including autism and schizophrenia.
A company has developed a simple blood test to identify most cases of autism—but determining if it really works is not so simple.
Kari Stefansson says his genetic research company has shown that older fathers pass many more DNA mutations to their children.
By creating animals with chromosomal abnormalities, they hope to learn more about how the disorders develop.
A method involving pluripotent stem cells could lead to personalized treatment of the disease.
Brain-imaging experiments show how bargaining games could provide insights into psychiatric disorders.
The device could help caregivers anticipate meltdowns in autistic children.
A chemical that alters chemical signaling seems to ease anxiety and other symptoms.