Posts Tagged
‘maps’

October 15, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Autism, brain, Disruption, hydrocephalus, maps, sleep, Spectrum, Spotted, web

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Categories: autism

Research summary Autistic people experience more stress in the course of their adult lives than non-autistic people, and people in poor physical or mental health are most affected. Health psychology People with autism are, on average, just as adept at a study task as people without prediction; The predictive ability correlates with the ratio of […]

September 30, 2021

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Tags: accessibility, activity, atlas, brain, developing, gene, maps, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Mutation Map: Gene expression and DNA accessibility profiles of cells in the developing cerebral cortex can help scientists assess the effects of rare non-coding mutations in autism. DR. J. Andersen / Pasca Laboratory at Stanford University A new atlas profiles gene expression and DNA accessibility in individual cells in the developing human cerebral cortex during […]

July 29, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: blobs, brain, cell, labgrown, maps, Spectrum, tissue, tool, types

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Categories: autism

Map Quest: Two types of neurons (cortical, top; thalamus, bottom) from different organoid batches are mapped onto a reference view of the developing mouse brain. Dark colors indicate a high degree of similarity between the organoid-derived neurons and the reference map. A new tool is helping researchers study the types of cells that make up […]