Lab-Grown Neurons From Autistic Kids Could Lead to New Treatments


Lab-Grown Neurons From Autistic Kids Could Lead to New Treatments

Some scientists see promise in a new approach to unraveling the biology of autism: collecting cells from individual autistic children and turning them into neurons they can study in the lab.

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Tags: Science, Autism, iPS cells, Stem Cells, Brains and Behavior

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