Coronavirus’s Effect on Autism Research May Have Lasting Effects
Coronavirus’s Effect on Autism Research May Have Lasting Effects
Labs are trying to figure out who will care for animals and organoids and some clinical trials are put on hold.
Coronavirus’s Effect on Autism Research May Have Lasting Effects
Coronavirus’s Effect on Autism Research May Have Lasting Effects

Labs are trying to figure out who will care for animals and organoids and some clinical trials are put on hold.

Labs are trying to figure out who will care for animals and organoids and some clinical trials are put on hold.

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How Aripiprazole’s Promise for Treating Autism Fell Short
How Aripiprazole’s Promise for Treating Autism Fell Short
Hannah Furfaro | Feb 27, 2020
Aripiprazole, marketed as Abilify, is widely thought to be safer than risperidone, the only other drug approved for use in autistic children. A decade’s worth of data suggests that is not true.
Can Preventing Seizures Alter the Course of Autism?
Can Preventing Seizures Alter the Course of Autism?
Jessica Wright | Oct 8, 2019
Experimental surgeries to prevent seizures may help scientists understand the link between autism and epilepsy.
Experts Question Rationale for Stem Cell Trial for Autism
Experts Question Rationale for Stem Cell Trial for Autism
Hannah Furfaro | Aug 2, 2019
So far, the only evidence that treatments like this one work is anecdotal.
Neural Cell Types Tied to Autism Identified in Single-Cell Study
Neural Cell Types Tied to Autism Identified in Single-Cell Study
Ruth Williams | May 16, 2019
An RNA analysis of human brain cells reveals gene expression changes in cortical neurons and microglia linked to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Four Sets of Mice Call Popular Autism Theory into Question
Four Sets of Mice Call Popular Autism Theory into Question
Sarah DeWeerdt | Feb 26, 2019
Signaling imbalance, driven by too much excitatory activity, may be a consequence of whatever brain changes lead to autism rather than a cause of the condition.
Communication in Brain May Be Remarkably Constant in Autism
Communication in Brain May Be Remarkably Constant in Autism
Rachel Zamzow | Jan 17, 2019
Two studies find that connectivity patterns remain stable over time in people with ASD, while in typical subjects they change.
GABA Receptors Are Normal in People with Autism
GABA Receptors Are Normal in People with Autism
Ashley P. Taylor | Oct 14, 2018
Contrary to prior evidence, a study finds receptor density is the same among people without and without the disorder, although GABA signaling still appears to be impaired.
“Retired” Mice Find New Life as Top Models for Autism
“Retired” Mice Find New Life as Top Models for Autism
Jessica Wright | Jan 28, 2018
After years of obscurity, strains of mice with mutations in particular genes are thrust to the fore of autism research.
Image of the Day: Tadpole Prism
Image of the Day: Tadpole Prism
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Nov 3, 2017
Scientists are making use of Xenopus tadpoles to study autism risk genes.